Lust for Power

Lust for Power

The play 'Monochromacy' will be on the stage at City Theater from December 19 until January 1. Bahareh Katouzi and Abbas Jamali act in the two-actor play under Siavash Pakrah's direction, Mojnews.com reported. It is about a quarrel between two authoritarians. "The play deals with a political issue that could be true in any society across the globe. In fact, it criticizes and questions the insatiable lust of some people for power. "Pakrah, who has also penned the story says about his play. Monochromacy or color blindness is a vision problem. Those suffering from it have difficulty distinguishing certain colors, such as blue and yellow or red and green. The venue is located at the intersection of Vali-e-Asr and Enqelab streets.


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