Iran Theater- The unveiling ceremony of the play The Lonest Oppressed, the Most Oppressed Alone written by Nasrollah Ghaderi was held on Monday evening, July 28, at the Cultural Complex of the Martyrs of the Islamic Revolution.
The play was unveiled in the presence of the Director General of Performing Arts of the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance, the Head of Hoze Honari Organization, the Head of the Performing Arts Center, the Chairman of the Evaluation and Supervision Council of the General Performing Arts and a group of artists and theater directors.
The ceremony was performed by Peyman Sheikhi
Kourosh Zarei, head of the Hoze Honari Performing Arts, said: " Nasrollah Ghaderi spent more than a few months reading several volumes of books to write a play on the subject of Shahid Beheshti. At first, he presented us with a plan that was a combination of the martyrs of Karbala and the martyrs of the 7th of Tir.”
In the last part of his speech, he emphasized: The play The Lonest Oppressed, the Most Oppressed Alone has been written for performance and we have consulted with several organization for the performance.
with the presence of Atieh Ghabishavi, Ali Mohammad Radmanesh, Masoud Shami, Anoush Moazami and Kourosh Zarei, a 15-minute piece of play was read.
Qader Ashna, Director General of Performing Arts of the Ministry of Guidance, also spoke.
“Dr. Beheshti is the main designer of the political structure of the Islamic Republic. He had unique characteristics; His courage was unparalleled. Martyr Beheshti had an extraordinary personality. He was the first in the revolution to define committed and non-committed art.”