A close kin to the one we hear so much about, but this wall both real & metaphoric separates Jews from Arabs, Israelis and Palestinians. Litwak knows first-hand the perspective from both sides spinning a tale of hope and crushed dreams, faith and failure, and above all the unrelenting search for justice.
A new one woman play, written & performed by NYC based, award winning international theatre artist Jessica Litwak
with post show discussion following each performance
When: June 21 & 22 7:30pm
Where: Flex Space APE@Hawley / Northampton Community Arts Trust
33 Hawley St, Northampton MA
Reservations encouraged: brownpapertickets.com
Ticket Prices: $22 general, $20 students & seniors,
At the door $25 (14 yrs and up)
Additional information: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 413-588-7439
As seen by Serious Play at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival last August, this play uses poetry, humor, and diverse characters through puppetry to give voice to an impossible problem that can only be survived through increased humanity, paradoxical curiosity and artful expression. As a Jewish artist with important relationships in Palestine and Israel, Litwak has a unique perspective on the Occupation. She grapples with deeply felt paradoxes of heart & heritage, east & west, men & women, justice & peace.