Amateur Theater | Jalal Tehrani | TEDxTUA




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Published on Jul 16, 2019

Amateur theater, as Jalal Tehrani puts it, is a term used for a specific type of theater production in which the director leaves their experience behind the project and starts with an open mind. Jalal Tehrani, born on August 1968 is an Iranian dramatic writer and innovative director. He started theatre as a serious path by writing scattered reviews in Sahne and Donya-e Tasvir magazines. Tehrani published his first play called “The boatman“ on Sahneh magazine in 1998 and he slowly put aside writing reviews forever. After several relatively weak performances from his plays he decided on directing plays; and up until this day he has only directed his own plays except for one (“ Bergman’s Autumn Sonata “).

Tehrani is known for writing and directing many plays such as Nefertiti, The tank, Single cells, Don't Cry Big Man, Listen to the Sound of Earth, Cindrella, Single Cells, One And a Half Clowns, Kite Hunting Season, Around the World in Eighty Days, Silver; Besides these plays, he has also wrote and published popular plays such as “Dracula”, “ Macbeth 2001” and “Mehr dovom”. By concentrating on producing complex vocal capacities and unique engineering on language structure and fo This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx


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