August 30, 2015

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Tony Nominee Arian Moayed Isn't Cagey About Bengal Tiger's Complex Stripes

Nominated for Best Featured Actor in a Play, Arian Moayed, who plays Arabic translator Musa in Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, talks about working with the dedicated, generous Robin Williams, who stars as the feline title character in Rajiv Joseph's Iraq War-set play. Moayed shares the best review he's gotten — from an American solider who served in Iraq.








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