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Why Don't Iranian Officials Censor This Play About Kids Sentenced To Death?
"Six nooses hang above a group of teenage inmates, who are making chairs in a prison workshop to be used as platforms in their own hangings. The audience gasps. This is theater that's raw, edgy and political -- and it's all been cleared by the Iranian authorities, even though they have tightened controls on speech." The Washington Post 07/19/13
Posted July 21, 2013 08:34 AM




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