City of Tales By Bijan Mofid Past

Saturday, Nov 7, 2015 ,
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
- Davis, CA, United States
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One of Iran's most popular plays before the country's 1979 revolution, Shahre Gheseh is being restaged in a theatrical new version. A rare version of an acclaimed play -- a work that's both sad and fun, and performed in Farsi!.
CAST: Ali Reza Naimi, Farhad Golriz, Hayedeh Doroudy-Ahi, Laya Jamali, Lobat Shabanpour, Mansour Taeed, Hamed Lorak, Navid Shadi, Nazanin Ghanbari, Shirin Fardin, Roham Sheikhani, Tinoush Hedayat

MUSICIANS: Houman Pourmehdi, Kamran Golriz, Mohammad Talani.
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MUSICAL DIRECTOR: Kamran Golriz
SET DESIGN: Mokhtar Khaki
Lights: Jim Cave
MASKS: Hayedeh Doroudy-Ahi
STAGE MANAGEMENT: Nasrin Badii
TECHNICAL DIRECTOR: Afshin Zandi
DIRECTED BY: George Charbak
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