JOSEPHINE MOSHIRI ELWOOD (Elham) returns to SpeakEasy having previously appeared in People, Places and Things; Hand to God; and The Whale. Other Boston credits include Vanity Fair (Central Square Theater); Onegin, Gabriel (Greater Boston Stage Company); Old Money (Commonwealth Shakespeare Company); Othello, God’s Ear (Actors’ Shakespeare Project). BFA Acting: Emerson College. For Mama Joon. (she/her)
WINNER! 2022 Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Play! “English Only.” That’s the mantra of Marjan, an English teacher in Karaj, Iran struggling to prepare her four students to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language. The exam has life-changing …
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