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Unicorn Theatre (How His Bride Came To Abraham)
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Reviewed on 2004-01-27
(Runs through February 15th)
This drama by Karen Synde is set in the Israeli security zone near the Lebanese border. We meet Abe, a Jewish Israeli officer, and Sabra, a young Palestinian fighter, who are forced to spend the night together in an underground shelter. Personalizing the Middle East crisis without actually taking sides, this play focuses on two people, split by religion and politics, who overcome their initial hatred and fear only to realize they share a mutual desire for warmth and acceptance. We explore the limits of love in an environment of hate. This is another two-person play the Unicorn has been so successful with lately. Cynthia Levin, producing artistic director, claims you will find out what happens if you're face to face with your enemy, to really talk to your enemy. That is the only way we can resolve our differences. The stars are Michael Stock and Alyssa Cartwright. Stock was in "The Front Page" at Missouri Rep and Cartwright just moved to Kansas City from Minneapolis, where she performed. Call 816-531-7129 for more information.

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