Strung Up at the Airport is an autobiographical play about a woman who shares her stories about struggling with border officers at different airports because of being profiled based on her last name and country of origin. She also questions her identity and tries to find an answer. Her encounters with people make her revise her approach and judgments of other nationalities.
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Woman, Life, Freedom Theatre and Protest in Iran with the Roshan Institute.
Featuring Azadeh Ganjeh, Nassim Soleimanpour, Keyvan Sarreshteh, and moderator Marjan Moosavi, this conversation exploreS Iranian theatre artists’ ethical vision and creative practice in response to the Woman, Life, Freedom movement.
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This post was written by Written and Performed by Azadeh Kangarani (2018), Iran.
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