A play about interfaith relationships, faith, and love in a post 9/11 world.
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Directed by Alan Freeman
Written by Anne García-Romero
In 2004 New York City, Ibrahim, a Muslim, and Paloma, a Catholic, meet and fall in love while studying at NYU. Inspired by a 11th century Spanish-Muslim meditation on the art of love, the young couple travels to Spain, seeking to overcome their religious differences which threaten to divide them. After tragedy strikes, Ibrahim must seek the help of his friend Jared, a young Jewish attorney, to clear his name.
Panel discussion immediately following the reading with:
Thomas J. and Robert T. Rolfs Assistant Professor
Department of Film, Television, and Theatre,
Fellow, Nanovic Institute for European Studies
Professor Emeritus, Theater
Professor of Islamic Studies
Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies
with Surenna Saffari and Stephanie Tucker
The Nanovic Institute for European Studies
The Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies
The Department of Film, Television, and Theatre