*, “It’s an excellent cast, but Ebrahimzadeh gets Bashir just right, from his tight shoulders and flitting eyes to the way the tension in the room relaxes when he does.”

*DCMetroTheatreArts, “As Bashir, Maboud Ebrahimzadeh makes for an excellent contrast with [Ian Merrill] Peakes – open and playful at times but brimming with stubbornness, and scowling when he feels he’s being condescended to.”

*Broad Street Review, “The play’s most fascinating scenes occur between Nick (Ian Merrill Peakes) and Bashir (Maboud Ebrahimzadeh)… The performances are extraordinarily convincing, and it’s refreshing to see Muslim characters who aren’t evil stereotypes.”

*, “The four actors, all of whom appear to be extraordinarily bright, approach their roles with grounded intensity and unfussy concentration.”

News: THE INVISIBLE HAND at Theatre Exile

The Invisible Hand at Theatre Exile

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The Invisible Hand by Ayad Akhtar
Theatre Exile
May – June 2016

Maboud Ebrahimzadeh will be playing the role of Bashir in the upcoming Studio X production of The Invisible Hand by Ayad Akhtar. The production begins in May of 2016 at Theatre Exile in Philadelphia.

For tickets and more information, visit Theatre Exile.