|Armenia’s HIGH FEST hosts four Iranian theater troupes||
“Two Liter by Two Liter Peace”, “Words and Man”, “Mud” and “Unveiling” have been selected by Armenian expert Albert Beigjani, Iran’s Dramatic Arts Center announced in a press release on Sunday.
Nima Dehqan will stage “Two Liter by Two Liter Peace”, which is about the hidden psychological wounds of wars.
“Words and Man”, a play about the loneliness of man in the modern era, will be directed by Mehdi Mashhur and “Mud”, a play about the creation of man, will be staged by Yasser Khaseb.
In addition, a group of thespians who are physically impaired is scheduled to perform “Unveiling”, which will be directed by Hossein Rahimi.
Organized by Yerevan State Institute of Theatre and Cinema, the HIGH FEST welcomes cultural organizations and artists to present their productions in theater, dance, music and other forms of the performing arts.
Iranian troupes have participated in the festival over the past few years.
“Poor Lear”, an adaptation of William Shakespeare’s “King Lear” and his “Romeo and Juliet” both were directed by Hossein Jamali in 2009.
In addition, “Made in Iran”, focusing on carpet weaving and Iranian culture, was performed by the Emruz theater troupe, which is led by Pantea Bahram, in 2010.
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