Wujoud wa Hodoud

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The Duet

“I am an active performer, choreographer, cultural organizer and researcher with a focus on both movement and contextual analyses.

In August 2017, after coming back from a-two-year study of anthropology in Europe, reconciling my feelings about my heritage, acknowledging of the multi-culture that composes my identity, I felt a strong inner impulse to create a dance to tell my story.

A few weeks later, I was joined by my brother, Anas, who is also a multi-disciplinary performer and choreographer. With intense and eager interest, he encouraged me to discover our unique dance language – and its power to repeat.”

This is the birth of Wojoud wa Hodoud”.

– Abd Al Hadi Abunahleh (Director)

“The word Wojoud means Existence and the word Hodoud means Borders in Arabic. Together they draw personal stories of land, nation, division and struggle into the body and voice of two brothers.”

- Abd Al Hadi Abunahleh (Director)

“The word Wojoud means Existence and the word Hodoud means Borders in Arabic. Together they draw personal stories of land, nation, division and struggle into the body and voice of two brothers.”

- Abd Al Hadi Abunahleh (Director)