Escribir Para Viajar
Aire|Mayo 2018

El escritor Nassim Soleimanpour llega a México para montar su obra Nassim con actrices nacionales que nunca ha visto. Writer Nassim Soleimanpour arrives in Mexico for the release of his play Nassim, with actresses he has never seen before.

Enrique Navarro

Por no presentarse al servicio militar de su natal Irán, a Nassim Soleimanpour se le negó el pasaporte por varios años, y con eso, la posibilidad de viajar por el mundo. Su reacción fue simple: hacer una obra de teatro que viajara en su lugar. Así nació Conejo Blanco, Conejo Rojo, en la que los actores de cualquier país recibían y actuaban el guión en tiempo real, sin haberlo leído nunca antes.

Gustoso de ese ejercicio, el autor escribió entonces Nassim, obra con la que llega a México en junio, al Teatro Silvia Pinal, para dirigir a actrices mexicanas como Ludwika Paleta e Irene Azuela, que antes participaron en la adaptación mexicana de Conejo Blanco..., y que ahora, frente al autor, demostrarán sus capacidades.

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