Humor Amid Conflict in I Heart Hamas: And Other Things I'm Afraid to Tell YouEddy St Theatreplex - The EXIT Theatre, Between Taylor & Mason (156 Eddy St. San Francisco, CA 94102)
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DIVAfest presents Melissa Fall's dark comedy, You're Going to Bleed, about two couples who learn about life, love and what it means to be American the hard way. Anne is trying to get her apathetic husband John in bed, while John is fantasizing about his teenage student Abigail. Meanwhile, Abigail is only fantasizing about having a bigger role in the story and getting her own monologue. Then there's Anne's sister Helen and her husband, whom Anne only married because of his good looks. This drop-dead funny and scathingly honest portrayal of the battle between the sexes is also a delightful skewering of the American theater canon. Before the end there will be a haunting, a glass unicorn will shatter, a dinner party will come to a violent end and -- spoiler alert -- someone is going to bleed. Learn More
1 Goldstar Member Review
Written on Jul 02 2012
I thought Jennifer was very brave to take on this subject...she will probably hate me for saying that. But it true and I commend her for sharing her stories of being Palestinian in the US and being American Palestinian in Palestine. She did a good job of portraying the complicated mess we are all in through her personal stories. Sometimes some of it is so sad, you can only laugh about it. I was very glad to have seen this show and it has given me lots to think about.
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- Check out Goldstar member reviews from the show's run at the Off-Market Theater.
- "I Heart Hamas is an exceptional success ... funny, engaging, complex, challenging and poignant. Well worth seeing." --LA Theatre Review
- “I Heart Hamas provides a fascinating look into a world we don’t often see or hear about.” --NYTheatre.com
- “Jennifer Jajeh is engaging, eloquent and even charismatic...she moves seamlessly between her own narration and lively conversations with her friends and boyfriends under W. Kamau Bell’s masterful direction.” --CurtainUp
Written & Performed by Jennifer Jajeh
Directed by W. Kamau Bell
This show is not suitable for children under the age of 14.