Written and performed by Ibrahim Miari
Black Box Theater
APR 4-20/2014

With humor, playwright and performer Ibrahim Miari recalls his childhood in Acco, Israel. Son of a Palestinian-Muslim father and a Jewish-Israeli mother, Miari tells the story of his extraordinary upbringing, memories of his Jewish and Palestinian grandmothers, and war. When he chooses to marry a Jewish-American woman, he ultimately is caught again between deeply divided communities.

“A valuable contribution to our awareness of the kind of issue which we are so often only too happy to ignore.”
The Jewish Telegraph, England

Running Time: 70 minutes without intermission.