GERMANY, BERLIN, BERLIN – April 6, 2017: The Exile Ensemble of refugee actors mostly from the Middle East opens a new play at Berlin’s historic Gorki Theater. It’s a docudrama based on their real-life experiences traveling around Germany and is directed by the Israeli director Yael Ronen. Here: from left to right – Karim Daoud, Hussein Al Shatheli, Maryam Abu Kahled, Ayham Majid Agha, Kenda Hmeidan, Mazen Aljubbeh
CREDIT: Gordon Welters for The New York Times For a story by Rachel Donadio.
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