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“1001st Night” is the story of Jam’s two imprisoned daughters, Shahrnaz and Arnavaz, who keep Zahak busy for 1000 nights, until saviors finally arrive. Based on a story from “1001 Arabian Nights”.
Bahram Beyzaei will be introducing the play “1001st Night” that he wrote. His wife Mojdeh Shamsaei will act the play by herself – playing all of the characters. The play will be performed in Persian (no English subtitles.) After the performance they will have a Q & A with the audience.
Bahram Beyzaei is one of Iran’s most acclaimed filmmakers, playwrights, and scholars of the history of Iranian theater, both secular and religious. At Stanford U. as a Visiting Professor of Persian Studies.