Good Fences Make Good Neighbors (a reading)

Good Fences Make Good Neighbors (a reading)
by Adam Klasfeld

Set in a fictional town in Arabia, Good Fences Make Good Neighbors follows a middle-aged writer who gets shot in the arm outside of his house, leaving him an amputee. To make matters worse, nobody believes that his arm is missing, and his work and marriage are soon in jeopardy. His only source of safety from future attacks comes from an old stone wall supervised by a short but crafty elf, whose job is to tear it down. An oblique commentary on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Good Fences Make Good Neighbors examines how the fear that terrorism generates can be almost as debilitating as its carnage.

Cast & Company

Roy Edroso – Rosh
Donna Abraham – Faye
Michelle Dingoor – Ah-Mee
Michael De Nola – Doctor
Nick Choksi – Elf

Directed by Sherri Kronfeld

Chashama @ 217
217 E. 42nd Street
New York, NY 10017
Reservations: email: [email protected]

Free ($5 suggested donation)

Tuesday April 12 7:00pm
Thursday April 14 7:00pm

Running Time: 1 hr. 30 min. (no intermission)

Location: Between 2nd and 3rd Aves.

Transportation: Take any train to Grand Central and walk east along 42nd Street.