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Iranian, Italian stage directors reunite for “1+1”
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A scene from “1+1”, which was performed by an Iranian-Italian troupe during the 31st Fajr International Theater Festival in January 2013
A scene from “1+1”, which was performed by an Iranian-Italian troupe during the 31st Fajr International Theater Festival in January 2013
TEHRAN – Iranian director Omid Niaz and his Italian colleague Guglielmo Papa have united again to stage the children’s play “1+1” in Iranian cities of Isfahan, Yazd and Shiraz.

The play will first go on stage in Isfahan’s Farshchian Hall for one week beginning Wednesday, Niaz told the Persian service of ISNA on Tuesday.

Their troupe will next stage the play in Yazd on April 24 and 25, and then Shiraz will host them for a three-night program, which will begin on April 26.

Written by Niaz, “1+1” is about two people who set boundaries between themselves on an isolated land. The boundaries impose limitations to their lives and consequently they give up and begin to help each other.

The play went on stage in the international competition section of the 31st Fajr International Theater Festival in January 2013.

Guglielmo Papa has been actively working in the field of children’s theater since 1995, directing plays, conducting research and holding workshops.


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