Once upon a time, Mohammad Khordadian’s trip to the homeland

On March 22, 2008, Khordadian and his company performed at the Los Angeles Music Center. Currently, he lives in Los Angeles and gives lessons in dance to residents of the United States.  Trial Following the death of his mother and because of his father’s ill health, Khordadian returned to Homeland to visit his family. This was his first visit after more than 20 years. In May 2002, as he was trying to leave the country, he was arrested at Capital’s Mehrabad Airport. He spent 21 days in solitary confinement and 40 days in Evin Prison. On July 7, 2002, Khordadian was convicted on charge of “promoting depravity and corruption among the youth through his dance videotapes.