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Sabine Choucair

Sabine Choucair is a Lebanese humanitarian clown, storyteller, and performer. With qualifications in Performing arts from London and social therapy from New York. She has been working with different communities around the world, finding real stories and transposing them on stage or in film. Sabine co-founded Clown Me In in Lebanon and Mexico, a group using the art of clowning to fight social injustice. She is a member of Clowns Without Borders USA, spreading joy and laughter among disadvantaged communities and in refugee camps. Sabine is the artistic director of The Caravan project, a street theatre performance that took the Syrian refugee stories to more than 150 communities in Lebanon, Tunisia, and Europe. She is also the managing director of Beirut Cinema Days film festival. Sabine was among the 40 cultural leaders chosen to share their work at the World Economic Forum at Davos in January 2017, where she gave a similar workshop to the leaders at Davos as well as held 4 presentations about her work in different events at the WEF. Her theatre and therapy projects led her to many countries, such as Lebanon, Myanmar, The United Kingdom, The United States, Brazil, Mexico, India, Canada, Cyprus, Tunisia, Belgium, France, Cameroon, Morocco, Jordan, and Dubai.