Eerily accurate

The song of thanksgiving for the coming of the redeemer, is Jewish in origin but Christian in tone, as the expression of redemption and hope. For instance the song is used at funerals at the moment of internment when such matters are of sudden urgency. So it is only fitting that this clever little play about an Israeli arms dealer, and an Iranian Mullah is called ” Benedictus“. The play is set in a Roman church for secret meetings between estranged, and unlikely friends, to help fend off a war with the US, and the ever present specter of religion serves as the backdrop for a poignant, sometimes funny, and always eerily accurate look at Middle East tensions today, and in particular the impending war against Iran >>>FULL REVIEW

These are photos are of the opening night and the post-show reception on Monday October 1st, 2007. In attendance were several heavy weights, including actor Vida Ghahremani whose recent film “A Thousand Years of Good Prayers” recently won “best picture” at the San Sebastian Film Festival. We congratulate her. Buy your ” Benedictus” ticket and support these guys today:

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