Pari Saberi recounts Shahnameh
27 Jun 2012 16:57
"The Seven Labours of Rostam: Ferdowsi's Shahnameh according to Pari Saberi" has been released by Qatreh. The work was staged some four years ago in Vahdat hall.
IBNA: According to the public relations department of Qatreh, "The Seven Labours of Rostam" a play by Pari Saberi has been marketed in 60 pages.
The play was staged some four years ago in Tehran's Vahdat hall.
According to the traditional narrative, the story starts when Kai Kaus's expedition to Mazandaran fails, and the army are captured by the Divs. Rostam engages to liberate them, and proceeds by the labours.
Pari Saberi had previously staged Rostam and Sohrab as well.
Pari Saberi is an Iranian drama and theatre director and winner of the French Literature and Art Cavalier Badge by French President Jacques Chirac.
She studied at Vaugirard Cinematography College which is one of the famous cinematographic higher education institutes of France.
She has translated different plays including "Yerma" by Federico Garcia Lorca, The Tombless Dead by Jean-Paul Sartre, "Caligula" written by Albert Camus, and Rhinocéros by Eugène Ionesco.