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Our Faculty. Student Research. A Palestinian woman Lameece Issaq visits, and then a strange year-old self-styled "architect" called Shlomo Waleed F. Zuaiter arrives. Grotesque Shlomo apparently represents Israel -- more specifically, Zionism -- complete with Yiddish accent and references to origins as a Soviet Pioneer a hooked nose and moneybags would make the stereotype complete.


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Issaq's grieving, noble mother is affecting. Set in a clinic, there's a long prologue involving an amusing janitor Moayed before the play finds its stride: a conflict between Mourid and a nurse, Tanya Langer Natalie Gold , who may have been the recipient of the lungs of Mourid's son.

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Like Yuval in the first piece, Tanya is privileged, cynical, and has ties to America. It's Wallace's strongest work, but it needs cutting by half. Langer's one-note nurse annoys more than she interests.