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Alireza Koushk Jalali

علیرضا کوشک جلالی
Alireza Koushk Jalali
Born (1958-03-21)March 21, 1958
Tehran, Iran
Occupation Theatre Director , Playwright
Years active 1980-present

Alireza Koushk Jalali (Persian: علیرضا کوشک جلالی‎‎; born March 21, 1958 in Tehran, Iran), is an Iranian theatre director and playwright. Currently he resides in Cologne, Germany, where he also made his first German production in 1986.

Translations

German into Persian:

  • Burning Patience by Antonio Skarmeta, published in Tehran Namayeshverlag
  • The Government Inspector by Gogol
  • Some theaters article, published in various theater journals

Plays (as a director)

  • Rausländer (1991, Cologne)
    The title is a pun of the popular German xenophobic slogan “Ausländer raus!” (=foreigners out!)
  • The last of the ardent lover
  • Monsieur Ibrahim and the Flowers of the Koran (Dortmund)
  • Barefoot naked heart in his hand
  • Children's Opera
  • Monsieur Ibrahim and the Flowers of the Koran (Cologne)
  • The God of Carnage

References

  • theaterstueckverlag.de
  • alijalaly-ensemble.de
  • علیرضا کوشک جلالی


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