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The Iranian Theater Festival

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Gyda Arber and Michael Gardner, curators of the Iranian Theater Festival, discuss the festival, the first in New York devoted solely to Iranian Theater. Leila Ghaznavi, playwright and director of the featured production “Silken Veils,” joins them to speak about the current state of Iranian drama. The Iranian Theater Festival is presented through March 26 by the Brick Theater.

Guests:

Gyda Arber, Michael Gardner and Leila Ghaznavi
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Comments [5]

sc from manhattan

robin, i'm going to guess that's because the female guest here sounds so over-eager and annoying. i think the festival sounds great. but this guest sounds like she's underhandedly accusing people of being intolerant.

Mar. 15 2011 01:31 PM
sc

Iranians don't like to wait in line... so it's okay to cut up to the front when they're here?

I don't like to wait in line either. But I also don't like to piss people off.

Mar. 15 2011 01:25 PM
Robin from Queens

Why are the only two comments here so mean-spirited and sarcastic? They're doing a good thing, and I for one am looking forward to seeing some of the pieces.

Mar. 15 2011 01:21 PM
michael

Wow, that's so interesting to learn that Iranians "don't like to wait in lines." It's very different from the west where we love to wait in lines. I guess that explains the cultural difference. So next time an Iranian wants to ignore lines in America I will be more understanding. They just don't know better that in America we love waiting in line.

Mar. 15 2011 01:16 PM
MP from Brooklyn

"Iranians don't like to wait in line" - Americans do?

Mar. 15 2011 01:11 PM

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