WHAT IS IT ABOUT?
An arresting, political and utterly original play from a talented young Iranian dramatist, performed cold by a different actor in every show. At 29 years old, Nassim Soleimanpour is forbidden to leave his country. Unable to travel, he turns his isolation to his advantage and writes a play that requires no director, no set and a different actor for every performance. Dissecting the experience of an entire generation and asking deceptively simple questions about the nature of live art, Soleimanpour's script secured rave reviews from critics and audiences at the Edinburgh Fringe 2011.