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Set in a Tel Aviv cafe in the moments before a suicide bomber enters, Iris Bahr's 2008 Lucille Lortel Award-winning "DAI (enough)" courageously speaks to tragic current events. Bahr plays eleven different characters who span the ideological and class spectrum of Israeli society, including a Zionist kibbutznik, an evangelical from America funding an Armageddon fantasy, a West Bank settler, a snooty expat living in Long Island, and a Palestinian professor trying to keep her son from taking the path of extremism. Thanks to the emotional depth and honesty with which Bahr endows these characters and their individual stories, a complex portrait of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict emerges. Alternately very funny and tragic, "DAI (enough)" is a brave attempt to humanize the headlines.
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