Vis and Ramin
Vis and Ramin is one of the most famous narratives of pre-Islamic Iran. A tale of forbidden love, rebellion, rejection of social mores and the challenge of inherited political structures, Vis and Ramin is often described as a Persian Romeo and Juliet. This theatre piece’s subversive feminist implications resulted in it being banned in Iran since the revolution.
WHEN: Friday 3 and Saturday 4 November, 6.30pm for 7pm start
VENUE: FCAC Performance Space
COST: Full $25 / Concession $20
Presented by FCAC in association with Baran Theatre as part of FCAC’s Call to Create program. Vis and Ramin was developed with support from Metro Arts, Australia Council for Arts, Arts Queensland.
1 – Vis and Ramin. Image courtsey of Baran Theatre.