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EXTENDED DATES- "It's What We Do": A Play about the Occupation

By: | posted on: Jul 28, 2017

Date(s) - 07/28/2017 - 07/30/2017
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Lab II – Atlas Performing Arts Center


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Jewish Voice for Peace- DC Chapter are thrilled and honored to announce that they have just been accepted into the Fringe Extension Week! This means additional performances of “It’s What We Do”.

The new performance dates are:
Friday, July 28, 6:00PM
Saturday, July 29, 4:00PM
Sunday, July 30, 3:00PM

Venue: Lab II – Atlas Performing Arts Center
1333 H Street NE, Washington, DC 20002

If you or your friends and family were unable to to attend the original run of sold-out performances, you now have another chance to get tickets to see “It’s What We Do”: A Play About the Occupation!

Don’t miss out on the play that DCist says is “worth seeing based on the script alone” and “manage[s] to avoid accusations of bias and create a more authentic experience.” And DC Theatre Scene exclaims “Even though you can turn on a cable network and get an overdose of politics, this play stands out because of the similarities to any conflict where one group declares their superiority and systematically oppresses another.”

Please share this email with your friends a colleagues to help us spread the word about this final opportunity to see the acclaimed 2017 theatrical production!

Buy your tickets now to the extra performances of “It’s What We Do”: A Play About the Occupation!


Israeli soldiers from Breaking the Silence speak out against policies they enforced in the Occupied Territories. Their encounters with Palestinians were transformative experiences. Through enacted memories, they show us a reality they can no longer hide. Back by popular demand.

  • Playwright: Pamela Nice
  • Director: Pamela Nice
  • Featuring: Zeke Alton, Matthew Gibeson, Caroline Lucas, Dior Ashley Brown, Jamal Najjab, Kaelie James, Jay Sikand, Kashvi Sarayu Ramani, Ojasvi Suvali Ramani
  1.  Running time: 90 minutes
  2. 👥 Recommended for ages 13 and up
  3. 📢 This show contains profanity
  4. 💿 Capital Fringe Festival Button required for admission
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