The word "theatre" is derived from the Ancient Greek θέατρον (théatron, "a place for viewing"), itself from θεάομαι (theáomai, "to see", "to watch", "to observe"). It is translated as “Namayesh” in Persian which means “to see”.
Theatrical photography has started since the early years of the photographic camera came to existence.
The play "Zari Sultan" is a free interpretation of the book entitled "The prince of bath (Shazdeh Hamam)" by Dr. Hossein Papeli Yazdi, which is written by Karamat Yazdani.
The first days of the winter, I was invited by a friend to watch the play of Zari Sultan, which I enjoyed the acting of great players and the fantastic story of it. It was then that I decided to make a photo collection of back of the scene and the things that should be done to prepare a play for performance and showing.
I have tried my best to make permanent, each and every frame of the hard and sweet moments of this group since this play was chosen for Fajr Festival and I headed to Tehran with them.