Two plays from Iran will be performed at the 15th Nad Prahou Half-Moon Festival in the Czech Republic, due to be held from November 23 to 27.
TEHRAN (Iran News) –Two plays from Iran will be performed at the 15th Nad Prahou Half-Moon Festival in the Czech Republic, due to be held from November 23 to 27.
“Landless” directed by Morvarid Ramezani and “Forbidden” by Mehran Nael are the Iranian plays slated to be staged on November 25 at the event, Honaronline reported on Monday.
In “Landless” Ramezani deals with the conflict between the inner and outer world of a person who has decided to leave his country and now he has returned to his roots. However, he always asks himself questions about whether to stay or go.
Nael’s “Forbidden” is the story of a musician who tries to establish himself in an environment where there is strong opposition to music.
A number of Iranian short films are also to be screened at the event. They will be shown in Persian with English and Czech subtitles.
The 15th Nad Prahou Half-Moon Festival is set to unfold from November 23, gracing multiple venues in Prague as well as Hradec Králové. The festival promises an eclectic array of non-traditional theatrical, literary, musical, visual, and filmic experiences. A host of international guests and hostesses will grace the event, which will also feature a plethora of premieres and one-of-a-kind happenings.
- source : Tehrantimes
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