Hala Omran

Performing Arts - 2018
Hala graduated from the High Institute of Dramatic Arts in Damascus/ Syria. She continued her training with Eugenio Barba, Arian Mnouchkine, Pascal Rambert, Matthias Langhoff...
In theatre, she played roles like Nina in the A.Chekov's Seagull, Blanche in Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire, Andromache in Sophocles' s Andromache, Oenone in Racine's Phedre, Lady Capulet in Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliette, Dora in Albert Camus' The Just, Almassa in Saadallah Wannous's Ritual for a Metamorphosis, along with stage directors such as Cherif, Pascal Rambert, Marcel Bozonnet, David Bobee, Nullo Facchini, Sulayman Al-Bassam, Jean Christophe Sais, Mehdi Dehbi, Olivier Lettelier, Ali Chahrour...
She played leading roles in movies such as: Shams in The Gate To The Sun, directed by Yousry Nasrallah (Official Selection Cannes 2004), and The Third Woman in The Box Of Life, directed by Ossama Mohammad (Official Selection Cannes 2002). She is also an actor trainer and she gives workshops for professional and nonprofessional actors. Interested in poetry, she organizes and participates regularly in reading events, concerts, or festivals and translates theatre and poetry between Arabic and French.
She took part in the Berlinale Talent Campus during the Berlin Film Festival 2003. She was also part of the Sundance Institute Theatre Lab in Marrakech in 2016 and 2018.