Toward the Theatre of Unknown…

Work In Progress: 

Fish Trees 

A Theatre Collaboration Between Tehran (Iran) and Boston (U.S.) 

“the production [Fish Trees] effectively melded many forms, blending an intense physical approach, imaginative use of technology and wonderfully evocative imagery that has stayed with me many weeks after the performance.”  Remo Airaldi, actor/acting coach (Harvard University)

 

What an exemplary experience! I really was transported into a dream reality” Michael Alexander Cook (Read more)

Boston Experimental Theatre’s approach to The Blind Owl resulted in a performance that did not simplify Hedayat’s dark and penetrating work but rather translated its profundity and energy to the stage.” Dr. Robert Lublin (Read more)

“Excellent work! The productions I saw were highly inventive, very imaginatively directed, committed and dedicated productions. Vahdat’s work is experimental and theatrical in the good sense of the words; it’s innovative without being pretentious.” Daniel Gidron

“Edgy, provocative, dreamlike, and thought provoking. This is a theater that engages the audience and challenges them at the same time.” John Bechard

“Is it theater? I guess it is, but I don’t feel comfortable describing it as that. It’s art. It’s therapy. It’s history.” Mollie Grewe

“Maybe as someone said of poetry, a theater-piece should not “mean” but merely “be”…Great theater tends to pry open the eyes as well as the mind, making everything look , and feel  different.” Larry Stark on Crying Deer (read more)