Directed by George Bailey and Paola Hornbuckle

Produced by ArtsNFashion Magazine. Your Art. Your Story.

What: "Welcome to Ramallah" by Jewish playwrights Sonja Linden and Adah Kay tells the tale of a Palestinian man (Daoud) in love with a Jewish woman (Mara). Along with his uncle Salim and her sister Nat, the four of them are trapped in an apartment in Ramallah in the West Bank. They are forced to confront the painful history of the Israeli - Palestinian conflict and how it affected their families throughout the generations as well as their troubled love for each other.

When: 7 Sept 2012 - 30 Sept 2012, Fridays and Saturdays @ 8:00 pm, Saturday matinee @ 2:00 pm

Where: Swedenborgh Hall, 1531 Tyler Avenue, San Diego, CA 92103

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Sunday, July 8, 2012

Welcome To Ramallah is CAST!

We're so excited.  "Welcome to Ramallah" is cast and the first couple of rehearsals are in the books.  What's next you ask?  Time to invite you, our wonderful audience.  Click HERE for ticket information and sales.

You won't want to miss this play dealing with one of the most controversial political issues in the world. "Welcome to Ramallah" compassionately and honestly takes a close look at the personal, real and tragic issue of border wars, terrorism and occupation between Israel and Palestine head on.

Directed by George Bailey and Paola Hornbuckle and produced by ArtsNFashion Magazine, the cast of Haig Koshkarian as Salim, Allison MacDonald as Mara, Rhys Green as Daoud and Eloise Potomac as Nat invite you for an evening filled with highs and lows between two Jewish women and two Palestinian men stuck in a small apartment after curfew.  Come and see what happens next.

For more information and ticket sales, visit http://www.welcometoramallah.com/ or http://www.welcometoramallah.eventbrite.com/.

ArtsNFashion Magazine published a retrospective of "Welcome to Ramallah" following its only run in the United States at Compass Theatre as part of the "Resilience of the Spirit" festival in 2009.  Read it HERE.