A far cry from Sesame Street and Lamb Chop
Leila and Pantea Productions creates art that engages audiences in new ways.
An inventive and terrifying take on a classic ghost story
Leila Ghaznavi is working on THREE different shows this Fringe Festival.
In the first drawing you see a little bit of projection worked into the background. The second is an example of the striking shadows that were used to capture the memory of her mother and father. And the third illustration is the emotion and love which flows from Rumi’s poetry.
They recite Rumi, the poet champion of romantic love, and remind Darya how beautiful and painful love can be.
“Your little ducks,” Leah says, as we look over our shoulders at the line of weaving their way south on 21st, “they’re all in a row.”
The timely BROKEN WING, offered to the FringeArts festival in an beautifully executed performance by Pantea Productions, tells the story of a brash American photographer (Bob Stineman) who, while traveling in Iran, sleeps with his host’s young wife Arezoo.
Beyond the Light is a devised puppetry/theater/music/acrobatics/dance exploring unrequited love through whimsical, nighttime wonderment. A blonde boy and a black-haired girl stand in separate shadows, glimpsing one-another across a chasm…