Companion is a play written by Nuri in 1990. It was staged the same year for the first time.
A man hasn’t visited his old friend despite knowing he has been staying in a military medical treatment facility for a couple of years after being seriously injured in Iran-Iraq war. But when the man finds out his friend is going to be sent to Europe for additional treatment, he decides to visit the facility and represent himself as the best option to accompany him abroad. The man’s intention is to buy audio equipment and develop his business. In the facility, he finds his friend in a deep sleep as his hearing is impaired due to blast wave. The man and the friend’s caretaker fall into discussions on the man’s competence for accompanying the friend and their arguments pushes the play towards the climax.