Rabih Mroué lives in Beirut. He is an actor, director, and playwright and a contributing editor of the Lebanese quarterly Kalamon and The Drama Review. Mroué is one of the founders and on the executive board of the Beirut Art Center association (BAC). His works include The Pixelated Revolution (2012), Photo-Romance (2009), The Inhabitants of Images (2008), and How Nancy Wished That Everything Was an April Fools Joke (2007).