“Tell me” – Interview with Abdul Rahman Dabian about the theatre experiment


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My name is Abdul Rahman Dabian. I come from Syria, from Damascus.

What do you think about this experiment and what did you take with you?

A while ago I read a phrase by Shakespeare:”Our fate is not in the stars, but in ourselves” This statement gave me an impulse to submit to this experiment, as I had never before participated in theatre work.
I was afraid to go on stage, acting in the theater was an unknown world to me. That was my first experience.

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Mother of the Arts – A Way to Integration


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“Tell me”, the Patati-Patata theatre project with refugees for refugees

Wherever peoples and cultures meet, theatre plays an important role. To learn a language by acting is an exceptionally good medium for integration. Reutlingen is one of the cities in Germany successfully taking part in this experiment.

Thus, the premiere of the play “Tell me” on 27 September this year was not only a wonderful and touching performance. In the comedy style, quite cynically, the play discusses problems and difficulties refugees are meeting in their every-day life.

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