ĦELSIEN – the director

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Marvic Okoh – biography
Director

Marvic Okoh, born 16th October 1977 joined ‘Għaqda Atturi Luqa’ at the age of 12 and made her debut on stage in 1992 where she played Mary in the play ’Ghaliex Jien?’.  She continued featuring in the group’s plays till the age of 15 when she joined LAP Productions and later ActReacT, where she trained under Alison McKenna and Ray Mangion .

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ĦELSIEN – the director

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Joseph Fenech – biography 
Director

Joseph Fenech, born 28th June 1973.  He started acting at the age of 13 at the local youth centre in Żejtun.  After a few years he stopped acting and started playing basketball.  His basketball career lasted only seven years and at the age of 23 he wanted to take acting more seriously.  So he decided to take theatre training which he did for three years under the tuition of Maltese actor John Suda.

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ĦELSIEN – about

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Ħelsien (Freedom)

This year Skene decided to go back to its roots and produce the play “Ħelsien” (Freedom) written by the late Ġwann Abela OFM.  A traditional Good Friday play written some 25 years ago, but a story which is still very valid in our everyday life.
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ĦELSIEN – the author

Posted on January 31st, 2015 with Comments Off on ĦELSIEN – the author

Fr. John Abela ofm – cv
Author

Fr. John was born at Rabat, Malta in 1954, carried out secondary education at the Secondary Technical School from where he joined the Franciscans with solemn profession in 1976. Studied Philosophy in Malta and Theology at the Franciscan International Seminary in Jerusalem. Continue Reading →

ĦELSIEN – POSTER

Posted on January 31st, 2015 with Comments Off on ĦELSIEN – POSTER

ĦELSIEN is the Play for Holy Week 2015, written by John Abela ofm and directed by Marvic Okoh & Joseph Fenech. It will be staged at Metanoia Theatre on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 March 2015 at 7:30pm.  For Booking please call or sms on 79792424.

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