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Horizon Theatre Rep Presents SEVEN JEWISH CHILDREN- A PLAY FOR GAZA Horizon Theatre Rep (Rafael De Mussa, Artistic Director) Announces its Winter/Spring Season. The season is led by Seven Jewish Children by Caryl Churchill. Dates & Cast to be announced soon.

Seven Jewish Children is a ten-minute play written as a response to the 2009 bombing of Gaza

All performances are free. A collection will be made for Medical Aid For Palestinians (MAP): Emergency Appeal for the People of Gaza, after the show. Tickets can be reserved in advance by calling 646 781-9067 or are available on the day of performance.

"Our current theatrical season is inspired by "The Trump Era" and is defined by Friedrich Nietzsche's quote: "For some time now our whole culture has been moving as toward a catastrophe, with a tortured tension that is growing from decade to decade: restlessly, violently, headlong, like a river that wants to reach the end." Says De Mussa. The season also includes Animal Farm by George Orwell, set in Israel. Aristophanes' the Clouds set in Washington DC, Caligula by Albert Camus set in the White House, and GEIST Rendezvous with Destiny a film set during WWI and inspired by the Flying Dutchman Legend.

Caryl Churchill is one of the UK's most influential playwrights. Her plays include Owners., Seven Jewish Children, Drunk Enough to Say I Love You, Top Girls, This is a Chair, Far Away, A Number, Cloud Nine and Serious Money.

Horizon Theatre Rep, founded and led by Rafael De Mussa, is an Off-Off-Broadway theatre company dedicated to seldom-produced masterpieces of world theatre. Since 2001, it has produced 15 main stage productions including Benito Cereno by Robert Lowell, The Misunderstanding and Caligula by Camus, Vassa Zheleznova by Gorky, Nights Of Wrath by Armand Salacrou, Powder Keg by Dejan Dukovski, Men Without Shadows by Sartre, In The Solitude Of Cotton Fields by Bernard-Marie Koltès, 3XPirandello, three plays about betrayal by Luigi Pirandello. The Balcony by Genet, Culture Shock 1911-1922, a collection of German Expressionist plays and Araberlin by Moroccan playwright Jalila Baccar,

The Company endeavors to find a contemporary vocabulary to tell stories on stage and film and to bridge the generation gap. We want our audiences to see our plays and films with new eyes and understand them in new contexts.


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