Play ‘Tirsonek' on stage in Rojava
The play called ‘Tirsonek’ (Cowardly) brought on stage the feelings of the war for freedom in Rojava.
There is a war between rulers. It’s called the war of power.
And there is a war against these centres of power. And this war is called legitimate defence war, or liberation war.
No matter whether you have the power to destroy the world, you will not attack: even if you remain alone, you will resist to achieve freedom until the end.
Within this war, there is also art. In fact, every war has an art. A laughing face, crying with the real art, pain and joy of the people living in the war, creates the resistance of a liberation war, a war for freedom.
The play called ’Tirsonek’ was performed at the Shêxo Culture and Art Center in Qamishlo Canton. It brought on stage the feelings of the war for freedom in Rojava.
Directed and performed by actor and director Şevzan Mahmûd, the play fascinated the audience.
The play is about 45 minutes long and the audience enjoyed the good acting, lights and stage.
The music is by Mihemed Haydar, the lights by Cûdî Haydar and design and stage by Cihan Abdulgafur.
The play communicates to the audience the language of war and resistance.
From the people's eyes to the struggle for freedom against power and exploitation.