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Scenes from 71* Years

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Now through May 5, 2019; Thur-Sat 8pm; Sun 3pm

U.S. premiere

Scenes From 71* Years
by Hannah Khalil
directed by Michael Malek Najjar
An epic snapshot of Palestinian life under occupation

A picnic interrupted by soldiers. Never-ending lines. Sunbathing in the shadow of a tank. Palestinian-Irish playwright Hannah Khalil draws from stories of family and friends to reveal the real human story: the dreams, comedy, sadness, and frustrations of daily life in the shadow of the 'separation wall.' The cast includes members of the Bay Area Palestinian community.

REVIEWS

"Exceptional... wickedly funny and heartbreaking" -The Stage

"A deeply compassionate play... a powerful yet tender collection of everyday vignettes" -Time Out

"This new work confirms Hannah Khalil as a dramatist of compelling potential." -Telegraph

"Smart and economical, simultaneously resonant with warmth and humanity, and shot through with exquisitely dark comedy. These scenes combine into a deft, kaleidoscopic portrait of ongoing struggle, acceptance, and simple survival." -Exeunt Magazine
Now through May 5, 2019; Thur-Sat 8pm; Sun 3pm U.S. premiere Scenes From 71* Years by Hannah Khalil directed by Michael Malek Najjar An epic snapshot of Palestinian life under occupation A picnic interrupted by soldiers. Never-ending lines. Sunbathing in the shadow of a tank....
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