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Til Lalezar Theatre


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Til Lalezar Theatre


 

TIL lalezar theatre

 

Our plays are poems! Our poems are physical worlds, worlds inhabited by characters who are marvelous, eccentric, and cruel.  We engage in a precise surrender as we navigate the territory of dreams.  

 
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HAPPYLAND


HAPPYLAND


up coming!

Workshop on Feb. 25th

Creating Character" with Til Lalezar Theatre. 
SILVERTHORNE THEATRE BRINGS TIL LALEZAR THEATRE
TO TEACH A WORKSHOP FEBRUARY 25TH from 10 a.m.-12:30.

FOR MORE INFO AND TO REGISTER: http://www.silverthornetheater.org/ 
CALL SILVERTHORNE THEATRE AT 413-768-7514 OR EMAIL silverthornetheater@gmail.com

 

 

HAPPYLAND premiere 17 & 18 Feb

HAPPYLAND, offered with post-show talkback on February 17 & 18 at 7:30 pm at the Shea Theatre in Turners Falls, pits the Poet against the Dictator in the wild world of a Wrestling Match. HAPPYLAND is presented by eggtooth productions. 

TICKETS ARE $15 AT eggtooth.org & THE PEOPLE'S PINT AT 24 FEDERAL STREET IN GREENFIELD.

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WORKSHOPS


WORKSHOPS


WORKSHOPs  can be tailored to any age and situation, and are currently available throughout New England. For teens and adults, we focus on character development, comedy, and techniques for collaborative theater-making.  For ages 12 and under, we create an environment that facilitates playfulness and cooperation through games, creative writing/storytelling, and movement.



til lalezar theatre 

Til Lalezar Theatre creates comic, character-driven physical performance.  Founders Tone Haldrup Lorenzen (DK), Vida Taybati (IR), and Grace Booth (USA) met in California when training together at Dell’arte International's MFA Program.  Their cultural differences and creative similarities make for combustible, exciting collaboration.  On a voyage to Indonesia during their final year at Dell'Arte, the three began to dream about the future and Til Lalezar Theatre was born!

Lalezar Street was the "Broadway of Iran," full of music and cabaret in the early twentieth century.  Inspired by the Champs-Elysees of Paris, Lalezar was a street of cultural intersection, performance, and intellectualism before the revolution.  Today, Lalezar Street is a line of commercial storefronts and abandoned theaters.  "Til," meaning "to" in Danish, is our direction.  Til Lalezar!  This is our dream: to create places where cultures meet in a joyous, hilarious, theatrical uproar.

Tone Haldrup Lorenzen (DK) Grace Booth (US) Vida Tayebati (IR)