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Yousof Sultani

 
Bio:
Yousof was most recently seen on stage in And Then There Were None at Drury Lane in Chicago. Other credits include: Photograph 51 (Court Theatre), Heartland (InterAct Theatre), Miss Bennet: Christmas At Pemberley and Guards At The Taj (Milwaukee Repertory Theater), The Doppelgänger: An ... (read complete bio)
 

Bio:
Yousof was most recently seen on stage in And Then There Were None at Drury Lane in Chicago. Other credits include: Photograph 51 (Court Theatre), Heartland (InterAct Theatre), Miss Bennet: Christmas At Pemberley and Guards At The Taj (Milwaukee Repertory Theater), The Doppelgänger: An ... (read complete bio)
 

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Yousof Sultani and Barzin Akhavan  Photo

Yousof Sultani and Barzin Akhavan

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Yousof Sultani, Carey Perloff and Mirian Katrib

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Yousof Sultani, Antoine Yared, Justin Xavier Poydras, Carey Perloff, Jason Kapoor and Lanna Joffrey

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Yousof Sultani Biography

Yousof was most recently seen on stage in And Then There Were None at Drury Lane in Chicago. Other credits include: Photograph 51 (Court Theatre), Heartland (InterAct Theatre), Miss Bennet: Christmas At Pemberley and Guards At The Taj (Milwaukee Repertory Theater), The Doppelgänger: An International Farce and The Fundamentals (Steppenwolf Theater), United Flight 232 (House Theatre), Disappearing Number and Inana (TimeLine Theatre), Othello (Chicago Shakespeare Theater),The Hundred Flowers Project (Silk Road Rising), Henry V: Proud Dream (NWU Site Festival). Regional credits include Amadeus (Richmond Shakespeare Theater) and Henry V (Richmond Shakespeare Festival). Film credits include Glass House. Television credits include “The Brave” (NBC), “Empire” (FOX) and “Chicago Fire” (NBC). Yousof received his BFA in Performance from Virginia Commonwealth University.




Yousof Sultani News

BWW Review: SELLING KABUL at The Seattle Rep Photo BWW Review: SELLING KABUL at The Seattle Rep
by Jay Irwin - Apr 28, 2022

The lies we tell ourselves and each other, Dear Readers, and the information we choose to divulge and that which we choose to keep to ourselves, those choices are at the heart of “Selling Kabul”, the current show playing at the Seattle Rep.

Photos: First Look Inside Rehearsals for SELLING KABUL at Seattle Rep Photo Photos: First Look Inside Rehearsals for SELLING KABUL at Seattle Rep
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 22, 2022

Seattle Rep is presenting Sylvia Khoury's (Seattle Rep 20x30 commissioned playwright) Selling Kabul. Directed by Seattle's own Valerie Curtis-Newton (2019's Nina Simone: Four Women), Selling Kabul is a 2021 recipient of an Edgerton Foundation New Play Award and it's set to perform on the Leo K. stage from April 22-May 22, 2022.

SELLING KABUL Announced On Stage At Seattle Rep Next Month Photo SELLING KABUL Announced On Stage At Seattle Rep Next Month
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 30, 2022

Seattle Rep will introduce its audiences to its 20x30 program’s commissioned playwright Sylvia Khoury with its production of Selling Kabul opening next month.

BWW Review: THE GRADIENT at The Catherine B. Berges Theatre At COCA Photo BWW Review: THE GRADIENT at The Catherine B. Berges Theatre At COCA
by Rob Levy - Oct 14, 2021

A cocktail of bad bosses, allegations, accountability, and the desire for second chances are shaken and stirred in the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis’ world premiere of The Gradient.

Win Two Tickets to Opening Weekend of St. Louis Rep's THE GRADIENT Photo Win Two Tickets to Opening Weekend of St. Louis Rep's THE GRADIENT
by BWW Contests - Oct 5, 2021

Five lucky winners will receive two tickets to St. Louis Rep's production of The Gradient starring Stephanie Machado, Yousof Sultani, and more. The tickets will be good for any performance during the weekend of October 8 - October 10.

Win Two Tickets to St. Louis Rep's THE GRADIENT Photo Win Two Tickets to St. Louis Rep's THE GRADIENT
by BWW Contests - Sep 28, 2021

Five lucky winners will receive two tickets to St. Louis Rep's production of The Gradient starring Stephanie Machado, Yousof Sultani, and more. The tickets will be good for any performance during the week of October 1 - October 7.

The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis to Present the World Premiere of Steph Del Rosso's Photo The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis to Present the World Premiere of Steph Del Rosso's THE GRADIENT
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 2, 2021

The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis (The Rep) will present the world premiere production of Steph Del Rosso’s The Gradient, running October 1-24, 2021 at the Catherine B. Berges Theatre at COCA.

PlayCo Productions Available to Audiences Everywhere This Spring Photo PlayCo Productions Available to Audiences Everywhere This Spring
by Stephi Wild - Apr 16, 2021

PlayCo announces plans for Spring 2021, building on the company's multi-platform exploration of this moment, its engagement with artists who are illuminating the complexities of relationships sustained from a distance, and its introduction of new initiatives responding to the changes in our world.

PlayCo Presents STORY AS RESISTANCE: THE JOYS, THE HEARTBREAK, AND THE FOOD Photo PlayCo Presents STORY AS RESISTANCE: THE JOYS, THE HEARTBREAK, AND THE FOOD
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 17, 2020

PlayCo will present a free, virtual roundtable discussion entitled Story as Resistance: The Joys, The Heartbreak, and the Food, this Sunday, December 20, at 2pm EST (1pm CST, 11am PST), as part of the company’s Idea Lab Series.

BWW Review: THIS IS WHO I AM at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company Photo BWW Review: THIS IS WHO I AM at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company
by Rachael F. Goldberg - Dec 17, 2020

This Is Who I Am is a compelling emotional tale, defying our expected limits of technology to bring us a deep, profound human connection over a video call. With clever, layered uses of language and deeply poignant discussions, Amir Nizar Zuabi’s play shows us that human connection isn’t just possible under these circumstances, but able to thrive.