Farbod Fathinejadfard

sharply questions the two worlds he has grown up in

Farbod Fathinejadfard is a Brussels based actor and theatre maker who creates his first piece with ‘Shiraz, tell me about the revolution?’. He studied theatre for two years at RITCS and works in the Brussels cultural scene ever since. Farbod started his parcours as a theater maker at Transfo collect. In 2016 he was part of ‘Capsicin’, a theatre piece by Michiel Soete. 

As an actor he is part of the cast of ‘If there weren’t any blacks, you’d have to invent them’ by theatre maker Aurelie Di Marino, which premiered in March 2018 and was produced by Kunstenwerkplaats Pianofabriek.

Has directed

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