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"My Dreams Have No Limits"

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"My Dreams Have No Limits"

My Dreams Have no Limits"My Dreams Have No Limits"
based on "Guevara's Tragedy"
Written by Mu'ien Bsiso

At a stage when the values and principles of society have dissipated, when humiliation and demoralization are becoming increasingly prominent, the prospects of revolution are weighed. Just when hope threatened to disappear altogether,  Inad Theatre insisted upon holding on to the aspirations of its people, proclaiming, "Our Dreams Have No Limit," despite the many tragedies visited upon Palestinian society.

We chose the title "My Dreams Have No Limit" instead of "Guevara's Tragedy" in order to express the hope we insist on holding that we might be able to live in the future.

Inad Theatre spent much time searching for a play that represents our lives and this stage of our collective experience.  We chose this play because we believe that each person in Palestine is resisting in his/her own way.  A teacher going to his school everyday is resisting.  A child going to his class is resisting.  Theatre actors performing under difficult conditions are also resisting.  Each person resists by staying alive and by doing his best to live in hope for a better future.  We at Inad believe that we have to continue performing and working with children and with adults to keep living.  Primarily, the play talks about the value of educational and cultural non-violent resistance.

The play uses "Che Guevara" as a symbol of the revolutionist thought.  Throughout the play, the writer explores the relationship between governmental authority and the world of the farmers and the poor.  Through his poetry, Mu'ien conveys the extent to which this relationship is fraught with conflict.

The human history proves to us that, as long as there is injustice and corruption, there will be a need to resist it.  At Inad Theatre, we insist that the people have the right to revolt, and are always able to generate change using educational and cultural tools.  This message is clear in Guevara's last letter to his children:

"Remember that the most important thing in life is revolution.  That each one of us alone is not worth anything.  The main issue is not to lose the ability to feel the minimum lack of justice, wherever it was committed."

He was a crescent when they killed him he was completed
He became a full moon.
He was completed and became a full moon.

Who believed in me should rise up
Let's rise up

In Honor of the great Palestinian Writer Mu'ien Bsiso
The writer of the play

Mu'ien Bsiso was born in Gaza in 1927.  He lived the 1936 revolution during his childhood.  He was raised as a freedom fighter since then.

Mui'en continued his struggle at University, and then through his work as a teacher in Iraq and Gaza.

He lived his life as a poet and a playwright.  He moved around different capitals of the world; Cairo, Damascus, Beirut and other European capitals.

Bsiso died in the UK in 1984.  He wrote several poetry collections and plays.

Written by: Mu'ien Bsiso
Adapted & Directed by: Raeda Ghazaleh

Khalid Massou                        Ruba Subhi
Fadi AL-Ghoul                       Nicola Zreineh

Scenography: Raeda Ghazaleh
Dramaturgy: Ahmad Rafiq 'Awad
Music Composed by: Habib Shehadeh
Music Recorded by: Waseem Qassis          
Isis Production
Sound Technician: Shiraz Rashmawi
Lighting Design: Mohammed Awwad
Lighting Technician: Isam Rishmawi
Costume & Set Production: Imad Samara 
Ramzy Al-Sheikh
Stella Barham 
Abd-ul-Salam 'Abdo
Production Management: Marina Barham
Language Editing: Ibrahim Abu Hmoud

Guevara's Letter to his Children


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