The Saudi Advisor Turki Al-Sheikh, the current Chairman of General Authority for Entertainment has announced that Madrast Al-Mushaghbeen play is going to be aired on Shahid in color for the first time, and this comes on the occasion of the upcoming blessed Eid al-Fitr this May.
مدرسة المشاغبين لأول مرة بالالوان على شاهد برعاية هيئة الترفيه pic.twitter.com/gXvE1ARLMH
— TURKI ALALSHIKH (@Turki_alalshikh) May 1, 2021
The announcement has been done on the advisor’s personal page on the social media platform “Twitter”, adding that the play is going to be aired after it has been painted with the latest technical methods for the audiences to watch.
The advisor Turki Al-Sheikh has been always known for his great interest in arts; he always meets with famous Egyptian artists and musicians during his visits to Egypt.
Of course, there is nothing wrong with black and white, it always related to original works and make you feel the nostalgia; however, introducing colors to a great play like Madraset Al-Mushaghbeen could attract the younger generation to watch the play, and add more fun to the watching experience with some modernity.
It is worth mentioning that Madraset Al-Mushaghbeen is a comedy play performed for the first time in 1973, and it was starred by a group of great stars including Adel Emam, Saeed Saleh, Younis Shalabi, Ahmad Zaki, Soher Al Bably, and Hasan Mustafa.
And Because the essentials of Eid al-Fitr morning are the Eid biscuits, tea with milk, and a play, here are five famous Classic Egyptian plays that you are most probably would like to watch with your family
El-Ayal Kebret, 1979
A play Starring Said Saleh, Hassan Mostafa, and Ahmed Zaki, and directed by Samir El-Asfory.
El Wad Sayed El Shaghal, 1985
Directed by Hussein Kamal, and performed by Adel Emam, Omar El-Hariri, Ragaa Al-Giddawy, and other great actors.
Sok Ala Banatak, 1980
Starring Foad Al-Mohandes, Shwikar, Sherihan, Ahmed Rateb, Sanaa Younis.
Al Motazawegoon, 1978
The cast included great theater icons such as Samir Ghanem and Sherin.
Shahid Ma Shafsh Haga,1976
Starring the leader Adel Emam, a play that never dies.
Which play you are going to pick?
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