Review of the show “Ali to Karim”

By Nazim Karim

… A simple white stage lit up as the cast of professional British and local Ismailis took the audience on a roller coaster of emotion. Tears rolled at the description of the massacres at Karbala and Alamut; pride swelled at the mention of Al-Azhar, one of the earliest universities in the world. And in between, the antics of some characters made spectators chuckle and laugh in merriment.

Multimedia images provided the stage backdrop and lent context to the tale. The mix of drama, comedy, narrative, legend, poetry, painting and film used to illustrate the chronology of the 49 Ismaili Imams, carried the audience from one period to the next, seizing them in rapt attention. …

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Author: ismailimail

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  1. Assalam O’Alaikum,
    It was a pleasure being at the Ali to Karim stage performance. I am speechless about presentation of the ideas and background music and all the performers were marvelous.

    Zia Ul Hasan


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