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Title

No Good War

Playwright

Tali Ariav

Director

Connie Winston

Category

Gallery

First Rehearsal

December 1st or December 2nd (TBD)

Load-In/Tech

February 1st

Dress Rehearsals

February 2-4

Open

February 5th

Close

February 8th

Holiday Conflicts

1/26  Chinese New Year
No rehearsal over Thanksgiving or Winter Break 

Roles to be Cast

Yael of the Prologue - female, early 30s, Yael of the Fronts - female, early 20s, Mother/Asaf's wife - early 50s, Ben, Yael's brother - 13 yrs. old, Mary/Nurse - female, early 20s, Asaf, male - early 50s, Ch'aled, male - early 40s, Guy, male, early 30s, Capt. of General Operations, male - late 20s, Company Commander, First Lieutenant, male - early 20s, Dudu, Asst. to Division Head, male -early 20s.  Additionally, 5 males who will be play double roles, age range:  18 - 25.

Notices

(Musical requirements, choreography, stage combat, adult situations or any other issues that actors should know prior to being cast)

Notes

No Good War is a new one-act memory play, one that happens in Israel, here or anywhere, now or sometime. The play tells the story of Yael, a young female Israeli soldier who wants to be beautiful.

No Good War is about the struggles, conflicts and challenges Yael faces in the many aspects of her life: her family, her position in the Israeli Defense Force (IDF); society; and within herself, as she attempts to reconcile the mixed messages she receives about beauty and power in every aspect of her life. 

No Good War is about the struggle to be beautiful, to be good, to be a better person, to be accepted in a world where fighting seems to be the only way to achieve peace.


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