SIDE MAN at 1st Stage

*DC Metro Arts, “Maboud Ebrahimzadeh gives an absorbing performance as Jonesy, a fun-loving heroin addict who has you laughing one minute and serious as a stone the next..”

*Stage Views, “The cast of Side Man is a perfect acting ensemble, where each performer seemed to live inside the characters, warts and all.”

*The Tysons Corner, “Moments such as the arrest and beating of band mate Jonesy, incredibly portrayed by Maboud Ebrahimzadeh, are interlaced between scenes with levity and humor.”

AFTER THE QUAKE at Rorschach Theatre

*DC Theatre Scene, “Ebrahimzadeh and Graves each have two wildly different roles and are so good you can tell who they are from their bearing alone.”

*Maryland Theatre Guide, “Ebrahimzadeh segues thrillingly from machismo to uncertainty.”

*Washington Post, “… tender performances by Daniel Cory and Maboud Ebrahimzadeh.”


     *CityPaper, “Ebrahimzadeh brings Tom Waits’ vocal cadence to his role as an enterprising homeless man who wants to direct a big movie, and who briefly lures Garner away from her dowdy but loyal beau, Wilson…”

     *DCTheatreScene, “It is the story of the boldness and self-confidence of Becker (Maboud Ebrahimzadeh), a man who lives in cardboard boxes and who is, ah, inattentive to matters of personal hygiene, who nonetheless pitches an idea for a guns-blazing conspiracy film, and who nods sympathetically when Susan (Julie Garner) complains about ‘dirt balls’….”

     *Washington Post, “Goldman’s youthful cast adopts an agreeably gung-ho attitude — the right affect for this academic evening…”

     *Maryland Theatre Guide, “As Becker, Maboud Ebrahimzadeh offers a memorable derelict/poet/visionary.”

SCORCHED at Forum Theatre

    *Washington Post, “Ebrahimzadeh is icily indifferent as the creative sniper. It’s a solid company, reaching heights without ever pushing.”

    *DCTheatreScene, “McWilliams, Strain, and Maboud Ebrahimzadeh (who plays, among others, a manic sharpshooter who takes gruesome photos of his victims) are excellent.”

    *Silver Spring Patch, “Ebrahimzadeh as Nihad even manages to bring a few light, comical moments to what is otherwise very dark and gloomy, and manages to do it without making a parody of the subject matter…”

SEX & DESPERATION at Spotlighter’s Theatre

    *Baltimore Messenger, “The most versatile of all is Maboud Ebrahimzadeh… Talk about changing your identity at the turn of a script page!”

    *BroadwayWorld, “Ebrahimzadeh is particularly sharp as Alexander P…”