Lobna Mlika

Performing Arts - 2021
Lobna Mlika graduated from the Institut Supérieur d’art Dramatique of Tunis, with a Master in Theater studies. She launched her career with “Zahran’s Shoes” (2002) by Ali Yahiyawi, followed by 12 years of collaboration with Al-Fadel Al-Jaaybi, during which she acted in “Khamsoon” (2006), “Yehia Lives” (2009), “Violence” (2015) and “Fear” (2017) and toured in international theaters such as Odeon in Paris and Piccolo Teatro in Milan, in addition to Avignon festival.

Lobna played the role of “Mary” in the performance “Woyzeck” (2018), a theater performance adapted from Georg Büchner’s original play by Syrian theater director and dramaturge Oussama Ghanam. She also participated in performing arts shows with young directors such as Marwa Manai in “On the Threshold” (2021) and Aymen Mejri in “Point G” (2021).

Lobna has also performed in movies; among her main roles are Hoda in “The Teacher” (2012) by Tunisian director Mahmoud bin Mahmoud, The Lady Manoubia in the documentary film “The Lady Manoubia” (2013) by Samed Al Hagi, and Amina in “Fire” (2013) by Nedjma Al Zaghidi, as well as the role of Senda in “Craque Madame” (2021) by young director Mariam Soussi.

Lobna is professor of theater and trainer of trainers and non-professionals in commedia dell'arte. Moreover, she offers drama and acting workshops that often culminate in shows, in the framework of her feminist and social activism, namely with “The Tunisian Association of Democratic Women”.