GOOD FENCES MAKE GOOD NEIGHBORS

Genre: Comedy, Drama
©David Klasfeld
By Adam Klasfeld

One Armed Man presents the world premiere of Good Fences Make Good Neighbors, a tragicomedy by Adam Klasfeld, at FringeNYC. Set in a fictional town in Arabia, the play follows a middle-aged writer who gets shot in the arm outside of his house, leaving him an amputee. But nobody believes that his arm is missing, fracturing his entire reality. His only source of safety from future attacks comes from an old stone wall supervised by a short but crafty elf, whose job is to tear it down. An oblique commentary on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, it examines how the fear that terrorism generates can be almost as debilitating as its carnage. Set design generously provided by Artists Paint for Peace.
Open:   08/18/05
Close:   08/28/05

Schedule:
Thu, 8/18 at 4:30pm
Fri, 8/19 at 11pm
Sat, 8/20 at 1:45pm
Mon, 8/22 at 7:15pm
Thu, 8/25 at 9:15pm
Sun, 8/28 at 4:15pm
Theater:   Collective Unconscious
Address:   279 Church Street
New York, NY 10013
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Take the 1 or 9 train to Franklin Street or the N.R. Q or 6 train to Canal Street

Cost:$15.00
Buy Tickets Online or Call: at 212-279-4488
Company: One Armed Man         Official Web Site: www.onearmedman.org