By Julia Pascal
HONEYPOT: Ten years after the massacres on the Munich Olympics, Susanne joins Mossad as a undercover agent. this gorgeous Swedish lady is on the middle of a fight among wish and destruction, among love and infidelity, among motherhood and freedom. among Arab and Jew.
BROKEN ENGLISH: An exploration of a mystery heritage that occurred in London simply after the top of the struggle. Why was once there a plot to assassinate Ernest Bevin, the international Secretary through right-wing Jewish activists? whilst does loyalty to country country clash with loyalty to country?
NINEVEH: What occurs whilst 4 former squaddies are trapped in a whale? How can they dwell with the atrocities they've got devoted and get away from this hell which imprisons them? according to learn in Kashmir, Israel, Rwanda and Lebanon, this Beckettian play fuses absurd humour, the horror of conflict and the potential of redemption in a ninety-minute drama.
WOMAN at the BRIDGE: Judith, a London journalist, is going to the Brooklyn Bridge. Does she are looking to leap off? On her demanding trip she spends an evening with a really younger guy, she meets Anna, her hundred-and-ten-yearold nice aunt and Gloria, a murder cop. Her encounters with those New Yorkers forces her to alter her life.
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