Event – November 20-23 | Laurie Theater, Waltham, MA & LiveStream: Hafiz Karmali’s Directed, The Conference of the Birds

All the birds of the world declare the realm a mess and set out on a journey to seek their king, the Simorgh, a beautiful and benevolent bird of Persian myth. Their voyage through the deserts and valleys is laced with riddles and parables, deep spiritual questions and great temptations. Discover what lies at the end of their quest in this lively, light-hearted production for both children and adults, directed by international theater artist Hafiz Karmali.

The Conference of the BirdsIn partnership with MusicUnitesUS, the Music Department’s World Music presenting program.

Sunday’s 2pm performance will be live streamed through HowlRound. Click here to view the performance!

EVENT: The Conference of the Birds – Based on the poem by Farid ud-Din Attar
DATE: November 20-23, 2014
TIME: Thursday 8PM – Friday 8PM – Saturday 2PM – Saturday 8PM – Sunday 2PM (Livestream).
VENUE: Laurie Theater, Spingold Theater Center – Livestream via HowlRound

By Peter Brook and Jean-Claude Carriere
Based on the poem by Farid ud-Din Attar
Directed by Hafiz Karmali

Details and tickets: http://www.brandeis.edu/arts/btc/1415season/theconferenceofthebirds.html

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