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Emmanuelle Chriqui and Sabine Singh - Emmanuelle Chriqui, Sabine Singh New York City, USA - LOVE Benefit to Support WET's 10th Season Angel Orensanz Foundation Monday 9th February 2009

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Sabine Singh Thursday 17th April 2008 Conde Nast Traveler 8th Annual Hot List Party at Mansion - arrivals New York City, USA

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Laila Robins and Sabine Singh - Laila Robins & Sabine Singh New York City, USA - Women's Expressive Theatre 2nd Annual Love Benefit held at the Angel Orensanz Foundation Monday 11th February 2008

Sabine Singh Thursday 24th January 2008 Opening night performance of Come Back, Little Sheba at the Biltmore Theatre - Arrivals New York City, USA

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Sabine Singh - Monday 10th December 2007 at Ziegfeld Theatre New York City, USA

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Maryam Review


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Suburban prejudice surrounding real life circumstance is the basis of this fairly impressive debut by writer/director Ramin Serry. While it may play like an after-school special you might have seen during the 1980s on PBS, the emotional struggles portrayed remain digestible, and often thought-provoking.

Maryam (aka Mary, Mariam Parris) is a bright, high-schooler, living in an Iranian household that's substantial enough monetarily (her father, played by Shaun Toub, is a doctor) that her mother (Shohreh Aghdashloo) doesn't have to work. She goes to school, finally gets to drive the family car, and participates in activities such as the school news club. The flipside of this charmed life is that she is the first generation to grow up in America, and her family still abides by some traditional Iranian rules. She isn't allowed out at night, and her father refuses her phone calls after dark as well, especially from boys.

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