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As "Territories" begins, a young Jewishndash;Canadian woman is relating her experiences with a peacemaking delegation in Israel. Suddenly Sara's quot;monologuequot; is interrupted by Hashim--a Palestinian man from the West Bank. Demanding that his side of the story be heard too, Hashim challenges Sara to defend her point of view. As the two trade stories--and prejudices--the stage becomes a microcosm of the Middle East conflict. Both Sara and Hashim feel entitled to the land, both feel as if they're honouring their dead and fighting for a just cause. Faith and friendship, politics and personal history come into play as the two battle for control of the stage and the story. Engaging, intellectually stimulating, and often humourous, "Territories" challenges the audience to ask questions--and to listen to the enemy.
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