I found a belated report on Cairo’s production of Bussy in Middle East Online, censored on its second performance after audience disapproval.
The interesting part came at the end:
But the play found a fan in Egyptian mega-filmstar Khaled Abul Naga who attended one performance and vowed to support the theatre group’s message.
“They deserve to have their play project properly produced, recorded and preserved,” he said suggesting the play be put to DVD.
“With the censored parts left in?” interrupts one of the actresses.
“With the censored parts left in,” he answers.