Love Letters from the Middle East

Love Letters from the Middle East

ASL Interpreted on Nov 10 and 17

Hope Theater Company presents Love Letters from the Middle East, a play that tells the stories of three women whose lives are transformed as an outcome of war, and the opportunities for peace and understanding that can grow out of the ashes of tragedy.

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Jamileh is falling through the cracks of the English immigration system after a long journey from Iraq. Goli is trying to get foreign medical assistance for two disfigured girls. Angela is braving a dangerous road to find her husband, a U.S. soldier missing in Afghanistan. The play reflects on their traumas, challenges and hopes for a better future. More information at

Written by Kiomars Moradi and Porya Azarbayjani
Translation by Cynthia Dekay
Directed by Kiomars Moradi
Performed by Emily Rose Duea (Goli), Alyssa Perau (Jamileh), Meredith Larson (Angela)
Set and costume design by Narmin Nazmi
Composer and live music: Maryam Ershadi Yusefzadeh

Run Time: The play runs 60-75 minutes, with no intermission.
Ages: Recommended for ages 16+.
Seating: No assigned seats. First come, first-served.


PARKING: Dreamland Arts is in a residential neighborhood. Please respect the quiet and privacy of our neighbors and park on Hamline Ave. There is free parking on the street right in front of the theater.