How do I register for a ticket?

Email Wendy Ann Powell at wendypowell217@gmail.com

Commonly used Arabic words and their meanings:

  • Abi (pronounced a-bee)

Abi means my father

  • Umi (pronounced oo-mee)

Umi means “my mother,” “source,” or “foundation”

  • Habibi (pronounced ha-bee-bee)

Habibi in Arabic means ‘my love’ and is often used in conversation, both formally and informally. It’s one of those words to learn as it can be used in any situation — when genuinely calling someone a friend, when fighting or even when being sarcastic!

Example: Thanks, habibi!

Allah (pronounced al-lah)

Allah means “The God”

  • Maa Salaam (pronounced Ma-Sa-Laam) Simply: Stay safe! Or Take care!

  • Qareen (pronounced Kar-een) Literally meaning: ‘constant companion’ A Qareen is a spiritual double of a human, either part of the human himself or a creature in a parallel dimension. Typically, it’s classified as a Jinn-type creature.

  • Khallas (pronounced ka-las)

Khallas means ‘finished’. It can also mean stop, end, enough etc. It’s one of those words that can be and is used in every situation.

Example: Khallas! I’m done talking about this.

  • Maafi Mushki (pronounced mar-fi moosh-key-la)

Another Arabic term that’s used often. It means ‘no problem’.

People say it when you thank them, when you ask them for a favour or make a request.

Example: Sorry about being late. Response: Maafi mushkil!

  • Assalam Alaikum (pronounced ass-a-lam al-eye-kum)

Assalam Alaikum is a formal greeting in Arabic. It means ‘Peace be upon you’.

Example: Assalam Alaikum! How are you?

  • Walaikum Assalam (pronounced wal-eye-kum ass-a-lam)

Walaikum Assalam means ‘…and Peace be upon you too’ and is said in response to Assalam Alaikum.

Example: Walaikum Assalam! I’m fine, thanks. How are you?

  • Insha’Allah (pronounced in-shar-ah-la)

Insha’Allah is one of those words that is used in abundance in conversations all over Dubai irrespective of whether it’s a local, expat, arabic or non-arabic speaking person.

Insha’Allah means ‘God willing’ or ‘If God wills it’.

Example: I’ll see you tomorrow, Insha’Allah.

Are you hosting auditions?

We hope to host auditions for both dancer and actor roles soon as we begin to expand the project. For all of those who are interested, please email Wendy Ann Powell, Director, at wendypowell217@gmail.com with your resume/CV and samples of your work.