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The fateful collision of a lonely Jewish baker and a passionate Palestinian sets in motion a deepening friendship as the two struggle with identity and loyalty to their beliefs and to each other. An act of violence brought them together. Will another tear them apart? starring Annabelle Gurwitch, Omar Metwally, Megan Austin Oberle, Martin Ryner, Andre Soggliuzzo
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Eliam Kraiem (Playwright) received a playwriting degree from The California Institute of The Arts in 1996. From there, he went on to win the Fourth Freedom Playwriting Award along with a grant from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre festival for his play "Sixteen Wounded". He was invited to workshop the play at the Sundance Theatre lab in 1997. "Sixteen Wounded" received a workshop production at the Cherry lane Alternative as part of the 2002 Mentor Project. The play was then produced as part of the The Long Wharf Theatre's 2003 season starring Academy Award winner Martin Landau. "Sixteen Wounded" opened on Broadway, April 15 2004, starring two time Tony Winner Judd Hirsch and directed by Tony Winner Gary Hynes. Sixteen Wounded has garnered, one Tony nomination, two Drama League nominations and three Outer Critics Circle Award.From AudioFile:
The events in this fine play could have taken place any time in the past several decades. Mahmoud, a young Palestinian living illegally in Holland, is attacked in the street and rescued by a Jewish baker and Holocaust survivor, and the two become uneasy friends--until Mahmoud's brother appears with a terrible assignment. This performance was recorded before an audience, and the tiny cast (just five characters) is generally strong. The two main characters are outstanding, subtly handling the script's humor as well as its drama. The play is weakened, however, by Mahmoud's girlfriend--her Dutch accent breaks down in mid-sentence and distracts the listener from her important emotional role. D.B. © AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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Book Description L.A. Theatre Works, 2005. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1580813062
Book Description L.A. Theatre Works, 2005. Audio CD. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111580813062