In the tension-filled days leading up to the 1973 Yom Kippur War, Prime Minister Golda Meir reflects on her tumultuous life as a Russian immigrant, American school teacher and political leader faced with the possibility of launching a nuclear attack on Israel's enemies. This stirring play received accolades on Broadway, and this production delivers the same level of excitement and drama.
FIVE-STAR REVIEW: "Directed by Miriam Bazensky, this one-woman show is a sensational production for people of all cultural backgrounds and religions; a powerful thought-provoking performance given by Amy Jo Shapiro that will move you to tears." —DCMetroTheaterArts.com
"...fantastic, heartbreaking, and not a little inspiring. The collaboration between director Miriam Bazensky and actress Amy Jo Shapiro has created something truly remarkable." —MDTheatreGuide.com
Photography by Ken Stanek