Articles tagged with: Jafar Panahi
Thursday, 5 Jul, 2012
White Rabbit, Red Rabbit by Nassim Soleimanpour, a young Iranian playwright, is a curious kind of play. It might be the most low maintenance play ever devised because it requires nothing from a theatre but a space, an envelope for the script, a bottle of water, two glasses and, finally, an actor.
On the Sunday I saw the performance, comedian Mark Watson stood nervously on a set that resembled a Cairo prison cell, designed for Hassan Abdulrazzak’s play of the Egyptian revolution, The Pr...
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