"Kabul Requiem", in-depth portrait of a 20 years experienced the trauma of war and suffering under the Taliban in Afghanistan. Presents works focus on the long-term role under harsh violence still retains the humanity and dignity, under the veil of the shelter, on stage presenting the four faces of the war, four Afghans and portraits.
Inspired by the work originated in ? a famous photography: November 1999, ? a woman dressed in a blue veil, a stadium in Kabul ? be publicly executed. Creators decided to deeply into this picture of the scene and tried to go beyond this screen. Women who under the veil? Her face is what it looks like? She has ? what kind of story? When the veil is lifted ......
This woman's story A Moke troupe has described, but also the epitome of this era in Afghanistan. "Kabul Requiem" is a "war trilogy" in the second part, the other two are "dragon" and "family story." In this trilogy, A Moke Theatre presents three separate stories, but there are inherent with ? a core artistic spirit - that is trying to work with the current proposal dialogue, allowing viewers to see behind the cruelty and violence pain, as well as those who truly timeless human emotions.
This work won APTR (Rio theater producer associations) Special Contribution Award and in 2009 Myriam Muniz Theater Award.