"In Between": A One-Man Performance

Monday, December 1, 2014 - 6:00pm - 8:00pm
The Rotunda, 4014 Walnut St.

Ibrahim Miari, University of Pennsylvania 

"In Between" is a one-man, semi-autobiographical theater performance on growing up the son of a Muslim Palestinian father and an Israeli Jewish mother.

www.inbetweenplay.com

In Between is a semi-autobiographical one-man show that portrays the complexities and contradictions inherent in Palestinian-Israeli identity. On the precipice between two cultures stands Ibrahim Miari. His play recalls his childhood in Acre, memories of his Jewish and Palestinian grandmothers, of war, and of the struggle to shape and understand his own multi-faceted identity.

“‘In Between' An Acting Tour de Force (4 Stars)...Miari is astonishing to watch!”  -Boston events insider

“In Between is food for the soul… a heartfelt, engaging piece about what is means to be caught up in and between two cultures."  -On Boston stage

“Engaging… insightful and funny!”  -The arts Fuse

“A 5-course dramatic feast.”  -The Jewish Journal 

Ibrahim Miari is a theater artist and educator. A graduate of Boston University's MFA in Theater Education program, Ibrahim is originally from Israel where he performed with the Acco Theatre Center Ensemble for nearly 12 years. In addition to acting and directing, Ibrahim is also Sufi dancer and sacred dances instructor.

Sponsored by the Joseph Alexander Foundation & the Mackler Family, and co-sponsored by the Jewish Studies Program and the Theater Arts Program. This is the Jewish Studies Program's 29th Annual Joseph Alexander Colloquium.

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