Park-e Laleh
by ​​Shayan Lotfi
directed by Mike Donahue
dramaturg: Andy Knight
Pacific Playwrights Festival
May 24, 2021 - May 30, 2021

Amir seeks asylum in the UK after fleeing persecution in his native Iran, but he’s haunted by what he's 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.

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Shayan Lotfi (Playwright) has written a few plays and, thankfully, still wants to write. He has been fortunate enough that some really cool institutions—like South Coast Repertory, The Lark, Roundabout Theatre Company and Boston Court Pasadena—have helped develop his work and that some really cool residencies—like SPACE at Ryder Farm and The Millay Colony for the Arts—have fed and housed him as he tried desperately to be productive. When he’s not writing, he works as an urban policy consultant, splitting his time between New York and Los Angeles.

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