Friday, April 24, at 8 p.m., Saturday, April 25, at 8 p.m., and Sunday, April 26, at 2:30 p.m., in the Nicholas Studio
Amir seeks asylum in the UK after fleeing persecution in his native Iran, but he’s haunted by the love he left behind. Now he's attempting to 'settle' in a city full of strangers—looking for anything or anyone that might allow him to finally feel at home.
An $80 package to see all five readings is available online, or by calling the Box Office at (714) 708-5555. This package is available to SCR Super Subscribers for $70—only by phone.
Theatre professionals: please purchase your full package here or contact the Box Office at (714) 708-5555.
Please Note: No Late Seating
Due to the configuration of the Nicholas Studio—the entry door opens at stage left—late seating will not be permitted to avoid disruption to the actors and seated audience members. We appreciate your understanding. You may speak with a Ticket Services staff member if you have any questions.
Shayan Lotfi is an Iranian-born, Canadian-raised, New York-based writer whose work explores the ways in which urban environments, political institutions and shifting notions of ‘pluralism’ alter individual identities and interpersonal relationships. He received his MFA in dramatic writing from New York University, was a participant in The Lark’s 2019 Playwrights’ Week and Roundabout’s 2020 Underground Reading Series, has received residencies from SPACE on Ryder Farm and the Millay Colony for the Arts, and is a 2020 recipient of South Coast Repertory’s Elizabeth George Emerging Writers Commission. In addition to writing, he also works as an urban planning and policy consultant and was based in London, Hong Kong and San Francisco. In addition to his MFA, he earned an MSc from the London School of Economics and a BSc from the University of British Columbia.