Mahmoud Reda

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Mahmoud Reda (Arabic: محمود رضا; March 18, 1930 – July 10, 2020) was an Egyptian dancer and choreographer. He was best known for co-founding the Reda Troupe. He was born in Cairo.[1] The Reda brothers and Fahmy founded the state-sponsored[2] Reda Troupe in 1959. It was made up of only twelve dancers and twelve musicians.

He died on 10 July 2020, aged 90.[3]

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  1. Herbert, Ian; LeClercq, Nicole; International Theatre Institute (2000). The World of Theatre 2000: An Account of the Theatre Seasons 1996–97, 1997–98 and 1998–99. Taylor & Francis. p. 292. ISBN 0415238668.
  2. Shay, Anthony (Summer 2003). "Rev. of 'Daughter of Egypt: Farima Fahmy and the Reda Troupe' by Marjorie A. Franken". Dance Research Journal. 35 (1): 111–114. doi:10.1017/S0149767700008822. S2CID 160618033. Retrieved November 22, 2018.
  3. "وفاة الفنان محمود رضا أشهر مصمم رقصات مصرى عن عمر يناهز 90 عاما". (in Arabic). 10 July 2020.