Rabih Mroué

Rabih Mroué is a theatre director, actor, visual artist and playwright, born in Beirut and living in Berlin. Rooted in theatre, his work includes videos and installation art; the latter sometimes incorporates photography and texts. Mroué is a contributing editor for TDR/The Drama Review. He is also a co-founder of the Beirut Art Center (BAC). Mroué was a fellow at The International Research Center: Interweaving Performance Cultures, Freie Universität Berlin (2013–2014) and an associated theatre director at Münchner Kammerspiele (2015–2018).

Mroué’s works include “Last but not last” (2020), “Before Falling Seek the Assistance of Your Cane” (2020), “Borborygmus” (2020), “Kill the audience” (2018), “So Little Time” (2017), “Sand in the Eyes” (2017), “Rima Kamel” (2017), “Ode to Joy” (2015), “Riding on a cloud” (2013), “33 rpm and a few seconds” (2012), “The Pixelated Revolution” (2012), “The Inhabitants of Images” (2008), “Who’s Afraid of Representation?” (2005), among others.

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