Presented at the Tarragon Theatre Extraspace
April 1 to 28, 1993
Gholam Hossein Sa’edi’s satirical drama about a village harassed by mysterious thieves explores contemporary Iran’s relationship to the West and the limits of social and political expression.
Playwright: G.H. Sa’edi Translation/Adaptation: Soheil Parsa | Peter Farbridge Director: Soheil Parsa Cast: Sarah Armstrong | Margarette Lamarre | Christopher Kelk | Eileen O’Toole | Tom Shultz | Maureen Cassidy | Stan Coles | Gene Mack | J. Brian MacDonald | Sandi Ross Set: Steve Lucas Lighting: William F. Gosling Costumes: Manon De Gagné Soheil Parsa Sound: Eileen O’ Toole | Tom Scholte Stage Manager: George Mirabelli Photo by: Greg Tjepkema