I Was a Stranger Too
The stories of today’s asylum seekers resonate with the Jewish past, and collide in shelters in Minnesota.
CITY: New York
"This play is gorgeous, with a depth of character and a beautiful economy of words. The engagement of Jewish history and ethics in allyship with new immigrants hits exactly the sweet spot of the JPP’s mission."
- David Winitsky
Rimon: The Minnesota Jewish Arts Council, Research Grant
Theatre Unbound, Minneapolis, MN
New Circle Theatre Company, Playwrights Unit
National Jewish Playwriting Contest
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