Immigrants: A one-act play

Immigrants: A one-act play

by Daniel Shirmarz

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Overview

Immigrants cultivates the problems through which immigrants and refugees go searching for a better life. This black comedy gives us the image of a plethora of expatriates who risk their lives and result in irreversible ramifications.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9789643600068
Publisher: Cosmopolitan Drama Series
Publication date: 09/22/2017
Pages: 106
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.22(d)

About the Author

Daniel Shirmarz, born in Iran (1974), is an award-winning published playwright and a celebrated author, poet, translator, songwriter, essayist and classical-pop singer who has published more than 40 books both written and translated, collaborating with major publication companies, theatres, drama schools, radio channels, etc. in Iran. This book is his first play published in English. Shirmarz's other plays in Farsi and English are Gaumata (1998), A trilogy: "Cinnamon Stars (2007), Crystal Vines (2008) & Lanterns Are Weeping (2011)", Deep Blue Sea (2008), My Hands (2009), Yellow Snow Falls (2010), Orestes (2012), Meeting (2012), The Corners of Death (2011), Acharnon Street Vulture (2011), Immigrants (2013), Tsunami (2016), The Pipe (2017) , The Birds (2017), etc.
Daniel has translated and published more than 100 plays and other books into Farsi as well as written books such Stage Speech (Practical exercises), I Think With My Eyes (on Robert Wilson, American theatre director), etc.
He is also a Chartered Linguist, a language specialist and a part of professional bodies such as CIOL (Chartered Institute of Linguists), Playwrights Society of Iran, PEN America and Dramatists Guild of America.

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