Crossing Jerusalem and Other Plays

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Oberon, 2003 - Drama - 191 pages
Crossing Jerusalem describes twenty-four hours in the life of an Israeli family in March 2002, as they cross Jerusalem at the beginning of the latest intifada. During this single day, personal and political history burst into the present. A complex family drama explodes in the most politically tense city in the world.
The Golem is inspired by the medieval Yiddish legend. This story, set in Prague, explores what happens when a monster is constructed to defend his community. This version is written for children.
Year Zero is a bitter-sweet satire inspired by interviews conducted in the north of France, where Communists, Gaulists, collaborators and those who were children during the 1940s, provided the original source material. The play exposes the day to day experiences of the men and women who suffered or profited from those zero years.
Joan of Arc has, for over five centuries, proved an irresistible and enduring icon for an extremely diverse group of people both within and without France.

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