Solo performance by and with Nastaran Razawi Khorasan
In her audio-visual solo performance, theater maker Nastaran Razawi Khorasani takes us into the lives of two children living under the dictatorial regime in Iran.
Telephone conversations form the basis for her audio-visual solo performance. Through the children's voices, "Songs for no one" draws a portrait of a society and shows what usually remains invisible. What does it mean to live in a dictatorship? What thoughts and hopes keep the young generation on its feet? "Songs for no one" is about the fragility of freedom, lack of freedom in everyday life and dreams of a life in freedom in the future.
"Songs for no one" is a production of the Kobe Collective. Co-produced by BNG Bank Theaterprijs, Maas Theatre and Dance, Theaterfestival Boulevard. In collaboration with Het Nationale Theater, We Are Public and Workspacebrussels.
"Songs for no one" won the 2020 BNG Bank Theater Prize for concept and 2021 for staging and was invited to the 2022 Flemish Theater Festival.
(in Persian with German and English surtitles)
Nastaran Razawi Khorasani (Von und mit)