Muna Basha

Artist

Basha was born in 1996 to an artistic family who implanted the love of art in the heart of its daughter at an early age. She was exposed to acting, dancing, and singing, and grew a passion towards these forms of arts. 

Basha started her career at the age of 9 at El Hakawati Theatre (in 2005) by participating in the Play “The Pigeons Flew”, which was her set off to participate in many other workshops and theatre works, before she finally graduated from the El Hakwati Theatre’s Summer School in 2012.

Basha participated in many theatre plays such as “On Hamlet’s Steps”, “The House of Bernarda Alba”, “The Guardian of the Tales”, and “The Philosophic Shoe Shiner”. She also participated in films and series such as “Salma and Sari”, the short film “Eid”, and another film entitled “Between Earth and Heaven”. 

Basha believes in art, and in its message, and that art forms the base of individuals’ and societies’ culture and identity. She feels grateful to be the daughter of the National Palestinian Theatre, El Hakawati, which contributed to her artistic and personal growth.