of Dramatic Arts and English Literature at the University of Damascus , currently residing in Spain where she graduated from the High School of Dramatic Arts Department of stage Direction.
Participated in several workshops on creative writing In Syria, Lebanon and Spain.
She received an honorarium from Cornell University for the presentation of her Play "Desert of Light" . Which then participated in a tour of readings at several Drama festivals, such as Pen world voices festival at New York City.
She Directed "Hamlet Machine" a play by Heiner Muller, using differnt tequniques in wich all parts of the collective goupe can participate in the creation process leading to an immersive play performance.
As part of the training workshops on theatre directing, she contributed into directing "Who´s afraid of Virginia Woolf" by Edward Albee, as well as several short texts by Berthold Brecht.
Her postmodern artistic vision focuses on how the physical and psychological expressions can be effective within the performance, whether in shape of visual image, performance, or in the written text itself.
I was displaced from my hometown, and lately I have been noticing a large hole between two different societies. Also I have been trying to cope with all the new information I receive everyday, and the lifestyle changes that I go through on a regular basis.
Adapting to isolation have become a way of living, and the pandemic increased that significantly.
My project aims to shape these kinds of perspectives where I focus on the of refugees between the walls in a foregin place. how much can a person handle loneliness? Can we avoid feeling lonely?
in this residency i'm going to work on a text that maybe can shape the idea of "loneliness" into the characters that are struggling with time. The time that stopped in a certain moment and never seemed to progress.