Simorgh will show its Last Leaf in Bursa, Turkey. The Last Leaf" theater directed by Mohammad Boroumand sets forth Turkey to participate in Bursa International Puppet and Shadow Theater Festival. Using the abilities of dramatic arts in Puppet Theater, the 16th edition of Bursa International Puppet and Shadow Festival is held with the message of promotion of peace and friendship among the countries through art this year. Simorgh Group will depart Tehran to Bursa on November 22nd to perform The Last Leaf on November 26th in Adele Nasit Hall of Bursa. Simorgh International Group has produced this non-verbal show with a combination of theater and media. With a fantasy and fiction structure, it deals with the consequences of the quarrels, domestic fights and international wars. This is humanity and nature that is destroyed in children quarrels and adults wars. There will no world to live if the last leaf falls down the earth. The audiences will accompany us in performing this play and they will try to reach "the peace and friendship for all" as well. "The Last Leaf" theater was produced in 2014 with companionship of some actors/actresses from Iran, United States of America, Afghanistan and Canada and was staged in Tehran and war areas then it was performed in Sarajevo International Peace Festival in Bosnia and Herzegovina and The Little Festival in Chennai, Southern India that was welcomed by these countries people and media. Keeping on traveling this group will go to Mumbai to stage The Last Leaf in Ryan International Festival on January 2016. "The Last Leaf" playwright and director: Mohammad Boroumand, composers: Mahdi Kianmanesh, Keivan Alaie and Yousef Nikpoor; puppet designing and construction: Monire Amiryousefi; producer: Hassan Boroumand. The puppeteers are Monti Mazinani, Sepide Nooraee, Leila Soufi, Shahla Maleki and Hajar Poursina. Maryam Khoshdel is group International Relations Manager. 22 shows from Iran, Turkey, Russia, Germany, Spain, Brazil, and Bulgaria will be performed in 16th Bursa International Festival. This festival is held by Bursa Metropolitan Municipality under the organization of Bursa Culture, Art and Tourism Foundation and UNIMA Turkey National Center. One of the reasons of this festival formation is to honor the Karagöz that is Turkey National Theater Figure and has lived in this city. Turkish Shadow Theater “Karagöz” was accepted as “Intangible Cultural Heritage” in 2009 by UNESCO and was added to the list of Intangible Cultural Heritage. Boroumand stated that "I wrote and perform this show in different countries because I think that the war and violence are the human biggest problem in present time. All people are engaged in war or worried about it. The most part of news is about war and violence. All of us like that the world is governed by peace and friendship but what we have done to get it? Why is it spent for war but nobody spends for peace? I know that somebody take advantage of creating wars in the world but why the ordinary people must pay others greed by losing their life.
Tuesday, 10 November 2015 19:38
Simorgh will show its Last Leaf in Bursa- Turkey
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