The World Premiere of Isfahan Blues
Co-produced with African-American Shakespeare Company
Inspired by Duke Ellington Orchestra’s 1963 tour to Iran, Isfahan Blues imagines an unlikely friendship between an American jazz musician and an Iranian actress, featuring Vida Ghahremani and L. Peter Callender. Watch Video
May 1–24, 2015 at The Buriel Clay Theatre
762 Fulton Street, San Francisco
Armine, Sister at SFIAF Festival
Marking the 100th anniversary of Armenian Genocide
Teatr Zar will perform their latest work titled Armine, Sister at The San Francisco International Arts Festival (SFIAF) this May.The project focuses on the history of the world’s silence on the subject of the Armenian Genocide and is a reflection on the act and inheritance of witnessing.
ReOrient Forum & Festival
Join us this September!
ReOrient 2015 will turn San Francisco into a Mecca for innovative, spirited, and thought-provoking theatre from and about the Middle East. With short plays by playwrights from Iraq, Iran, Egypt, England, and the U.S., the latest ReOrient promises to be a one-of-a-kind exploration of this unique region and its theater, stories, and artists.
Sept. 10 – Oct. 4 at Z Space and Z Below
450 & 470 Florida Street, San Francisco