No rehearsal. A sealed envelope, A new actor in each performance. An evening unlike any other. The latest play from Iranian born playwright Nassim Soleimanpour (White Rabbit, Red Rabbit) is a wondrous consideration of live theater, language, and the transcendent power of friendship. Direct from sold out performances around the globe.
A metatheatrical piece created by Iranian-born, Berlin-based playwright Nassim Soleimanpour is unlike anything you’ve seen on stage. His one-person play “White Rabbit, Red Rabbit,” seen locally a few years ago, was performed by a different actor every night—an actor who had not looked at the script before arriving for the performance. So it is with this one, which has been called “a cleverly constructed theatrical game” about friendship and more.