BOO-Arts Productions Presents A Daughter of Israel 11/11-11/12
BOO-Arts Productions in conjunction with The Looking Glass Space Grant Presents A Daughter of Israel "When my mother and father served, they thought they were doing it so their children would never have to. My generation always knew that if we had kids, they'd serve."
Based on the true story of co-creator Adi Kurtchik
Melanie Brook, Daniella Chai, Melissa Dougherty,
Shira Kobren, and Adi Kurtchik
BOO-Arts Productions in Association with
Sivan Hadari for Isramerica and Martha Goode for MTWorks
TWO WEEK WORKSHOP ENGAGEMENT
November 11 - November 21, 2010,
Thursday through Sunday evenings at 8:00 pm
Looking Glass Theatre
TICKETS ON SALE AT: www.thelookingglasstheatre.homestead.com
Engulfed within the backdrop of the never ending controversy that affects the Middle East, four young girls are forced to become instant women when drafted into a special elite unit that of the Israeli Defense Forces. Set in a top secret training camp in Israel, surrounded by only male soldiers, the girls must find a way to overcome their differences and take on the massive responsibility. Can these teenage girls find their own voices as soldiers or will they give up and put the future of the entire unit at risk? A Daughter of Israel is based on the true stories of co-creator Adi Kurtchik.
Tickets are $18.00 purchased online at www.thelookingglasstheatre.homestead.com or in cash at the box office on the day of the performance.
The Looking Glass Theatre is located at 422 West 57th Street (between 9th and 10th avenue)
**Running time: 2 Hours. One intermission**
For more information visit www.boo-arts.com or at www.thelookingglasstheatre.homestead.com