Vahe Berberian Premieres ‘Ooremn’ Monologue in Greater Boston


By Aram Arkun

Mirror-Spectator Staff

ARLINGTON, Mass. — Los Angeles-based comedian Vahe Berberian presented the Boston premiere of his latest show, “Ooremn,” on December 3 at the Regent Theatre in Arlington hosted by the Armenian Relief Society (ARS) Cambridge Shushi Chapter as a fundraiser for its varied philanthropic and educational activities.

Heather Krafian welcomed guests on behalf of the ARS.

“Ooremn” is a Western-Armenian-language monologue (sprinkled with English, Turkish and Arabic phrases) covering topics ranging from politics, religion, society, and the relations between men and women. No topic was safe from the observant mind of Berberian, much to the delight of the audience.

Berberian will bring the show back to the East Coast on March 3, 2018 for the Tekeyan Cultural Association of Greater New York at the Clinton Inn Hotel and Event Center in Tenafly, NJ.

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