Mani Soleymanlou’s One at the Cultch


When it debuted at Toronto’s SummerWorks festival two years ago, NOW Magazine called Mani Soleymanlou’s One a highlight of the entire event. In it, the Montreal-based writer and performer traces his childhood journey from Iran to France to Canada, weaving in the complicated history of his homeland and his search for identity as a Persian immigrant steeped in western pop culture. Now Vancouverites have the chance to see the show: it’s playing at the Cultch as part of the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival until February 8. So if there’s one thing you do this week…

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