As history has proven time and again, the really complex issues -- the really important ones -- are best articulated not by politicians, or "experts" or even by historians with 20/20 hindsight but by artists. This certainly is the case with playwright Julia Pascal and Crossing Jerusalem, which is not only a complex family drama but also a brilliant and searing meditation on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Crossing Jerusalem describes 24 hours in the life of an Israeli family in March 2002, as they cross Jerusalem at the beginning of the Second Intifada. See why The Evening Standard called an earlier production "seething and passionate" when Michael Andron directs a bold new staging at JCAT- The J's Cultural Arts Theatre.
This production contains mature themes and language.
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