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Ali and Dahlia

  • Tariq Jordan
  • Full Length Play, Drama
  • 2M, 1F
  • ISBN: 9780573116391

A Palestinian-Israeli love story set against the backdrop of the construction of the West Bank wall. A story of love, sacrifice, and redemption.

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  • Full Length Play
  • Drama

  • Target Audience: Adult
  • Cautions: Intense Adult Themes

  • Performance Group:
  • College Theatre / Student, Blackbox / Second Stage /Fringe Groups, Professional Theatre
Having been accused of rioting, Ali awaits his fate in an Israeli interrogation room. But when an old lover steps in to defend him, the two are forced to confront their past; finding themselves torn between bitter loyalties. 

A Palestinian-Israeli love story set against the backdrop of the construction of the West Bank wall. A story of love, sacrifice, and redemption. Ali and Dahlia explores the loss of innocence, the longing for lost homelands, and the political forces that shape our lives.

Premiere Production: Ali and Dahlia was first performed at The Pleasance Theatre, London from 26th march until 14th April, 2019.
  • Casting: 2M, 1F
  • Casting Notes:
    ALI and DAHLIA age from 14 to 30 years old. ASHER ages from 13 - 21 years old. (Asher does not appear in the present). All ages are played by the same actors.

  • ALI - a Palestinian from Bir Nabala
    DAHLIA - an Israeli from Jerusalem
    MOSHE / ASHER / DAVID - an Officer / Dahlia's brother / an IDF soldier
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    Having been accused of rioting, Ali awaits his fate in an Israeli interrogation room. But when an old lover steps in to defend him, the two are forced to confront their past; finding themselves torn between bitter loyalties. 

    A Palestinian-Israeli love story set against the backdrop of the construction of the West Bank wall. A story of love, sacrifice, and redemption. Ali and Dahlia explores the loss of innocence, the longing for lost homelands, and the political forces that shape our lives.

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