6 Youth from Different Continents Deliver a Speech in the International Day of Theater 2021 Sharm El-Sheikh International Theater Festival for Youth (SITFY), headed by Egyptian actor and director Mazen El-Gharabawy, for the second year in a row chooses 6 theatrical youth from different continents to deliver a speech in the International Day of Theater. Some of those theatrical youth won international awards from the festival during the five previous editions. Indeed, it is a tradition inaugurated by SITFY last year, believing in the effective role of youth in theater. Thus, that can be a new concept to be applied every year to shed light on the dreams and goals of theatrical youth. Director Mazen El-Gharabawy says: since launching the first edition of SITFY, we aim at creating new generations of theatrical youth to gain experiences from practice, work, and permanent presence. Therefore, SITFY decided to invent that concept last year. SITFY chose Egyptian actor and playwright Mahmoud Gamal, AKA Mahmoud Hedeiny. El-Gharabawy adds: this year, SITFY chooses 6 theatrical youth from different continents: actress and researcher Lucero Angelica Hernandez from Mexico, director and professor Fabio Omade from Italy, actress and dancer Marjorie Avalos from Chile, actor and director Trevor Cope from Canada, actress and dancer Shime Fukumori from Japan, and actor and director Youssef Al-Hashash from Kuwait. Dr. Injy El-Bestawy, director of SITFY, points out that the speech is to be broadcasted via SITFY’s websites at 5 PM CLT next Saturday, 27 March, celebrating the International Day of Theater. Most notably, SITFY is headed by Egyptian actor and director Mazen El-Gharabawy, under the sponsorship of the Minister of Culture, Dr. Ines Abdel-Dayem, Southern Sinai Governor, General Khaled Fouda, Egyptian Tourism Promotion Board, and the International Theater Authority.