Reviews of NATHAN THE WISE at Theater J & Folger Theatre
Here is what they are saying about the show:
*Washington Post, “Immerwahr’s actors — particularly Ebrahimzadeh, Eric Hissom as the title character and Em Whitworth as Nathan’s daughter — breathe humanity into the portrayals… ”
*TheatreBloom, “…played masterfully by another Folger regular, Ebrahimzadeh never fails to stun, and this performance is no exception. With his naturally commanding presence, the Sultan could easily have become an intimidating character, but Ebrahimzadeh’s charm, understated humor, and control of breath and gesture made him a crowd favorite.”
*DCTheaterArts, “Played with convincing restraint by Maboud Ebrahimzadeh… the quintessential reasonable man, who achieves his objectives not only by military prowess and political shrewdness but by compassion, mercy, and willingness to learn from others… a master of self-control….”
*BroadwayWorld, “While each member of the cast is individually strong, it’s also their wonderful stage chemistry that elevates their performances. The cast’s comedic timing, exchanged glances, and asides to the audience all elevate this to a truly great production.”
*MDTheatreGuide, “Maboud Ebrahimzadeh is similarly excellent as a commanding yet likable Salah-ah-Din…”
An article about Nathan the Wise in American Theatre Magazine
Some of the reviews of Henry IV at Folger Theatre!
Follow the links below to read the full articles and see what they are saying about the show.
*DCTheatreScene, “There are some wonderful performances — … the redoubtable Maboud Ebrahimzadeh, who achieves great separation in two really different roles….”
*DCTheatreArts, “Each actor in these supporting roles has a unique and captivating interpretation.”
*The Zebra, “Maboud Ebrahimzadeh, plays Blunt and Mortimer, both to perfection! Ebrahimizadeh is an actor’s actor! I never tire of seeing him morph into the different roles he plays.
The reviews for King John at Folger Theatre! Follow the links for the full articles.
*Washington Post, “Graves and Maboud Ebrahimzadeh are among other cast members who provide sharply defined performances and reveal a masterly ease with the verse.”
*TheatreBloom, “Posner’s creativity and eye for the minute, blended with the raw talent and force of this cast, make this an unmissable experience.”
*DCTheatreScene, ” The haunted eyes of Maboud Ebrahimzadeh as Lord Salisbury reflect great pools of despair and displacement, all adding up to solid ensemble-ship.”