Most of the greatest affairs start of as a simple dream. It might be an individual’s dream or a group’s dream, or it could even be an unplanned intersection of various dreams that once belonged to individuals that were never meant to meet.
This is how the African Forum for Social Theatre Project started. The dream started in 2016 through unplanned meetings that focused on the reciprocation of these dreams, and reinforced the common points in them. Thus, it climbed its first steps in Casablanca in 2017 through The African Forum for Social Theatre where doers from six foundations gathered from Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt, Senegal, Guinea, and Guinea Bissau. In order to discuss one important point which is “what is the future of Social Theatre in the continent? What will it offer to our societies?”
Since then, the communication between these foundations, that was based upon arts and culture, existed till 2019. The project even took the next steps of the shared dream, and was chosen in The North African Cultural Program that was launched by the Arab Fund for Arts and Culture (AFAC).