Bush Theatre


19 Nov 2015 - 21 Nov 2015

£10.00 - £15.00

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Known for plays without directors, sets or rehearsals, the acclaimed Iranian playwright takes it to extremes in his new play.

Each night Nassim’s play full of blanks will be completed by a new performer before a live audience.

The play becomes a story machine to share the life story of the playwright, the performer and a random audience member.

Hunter will perform on November 19, in a double bill with Antler's If I Were Me

Crouch on November 20 and Morahan on November 21 will share the bill with Ben Duke's solo show, Paradise Lost (lies unopened beside me) 

Part of RADAR, the Bush's festival of new writing


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“Clever script with profound overtones, puts each new performer – and their audience – on the spot. ”

The Stage (Other reviewers)

“Doesn't offer the opportunity to explore a storyline, but instead poses biographical and frankly mundane questions. ”

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