Baran Theater Hall is to launch the play ‘Philadelphia’, written and directed by Babak Niushadan, October 22.
The show, performed by Ali Azimipour and Atieh Alavi narrates the story of some young people obsessed with the so-called American dream, Tiwall.com wrote.
It provides an image of young adults left wondering and puzzled in today’s world. Also it gives an account of the youth with big dreams rooted in illusion rather than good sense as a dialogue in the play says, “Philadelphia is a beautiful place, I know from its pictures.”
Baran Theater, at No. 292, Felestine (Palestine) St., south of Enqelab Ave., will show the 50-minute play until November 7.


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