Interactive theatre is a presentational or theatrical form or work that breaks the “fourth wall” that traditionally separates the performer from the audience both physically and verbally. Interactive Theater is not made for only entertainment, it is often produced to illustrate real-life political and moral debates. Interactive theater allows the audience to becomes completely immersed as participating actors and the spectator to become the primary reason for the production. The audience is given the opportunity to become the main characters on the stage, and can also interact with the actors.
Hara TV 1 (2011)
Hara TV 1 was shown 455 times between September 2011 and December 2012 in schools and cultural events in Cairo, Alexandria, Suez and Minya.
Hara TV 1 was the first of a series of interactive shows that discusses multiple topics that affect the life of youth as portrayed by the three main characters.
The aim of Hara TV 1 is to create an open discussion within the audience about youth civic participation, immigration, parent/child relationships and community projects, the environment and harassment.