Savannah Beth

into it.over it.

Interactive Palestinian theater or the weekly prescription of tear gas


Palestinian protester on the street:
“Why did chicken cross the road? Because it was tear-gased”


Flying checkpoints of the IDF ring the village (name omitted for security purposes)

International journalist is refused entry, even with the flashing of an Israeli press card.
Ambulance and camera crews are blocked from entering. The scene is electric, the international presence which successfully dodged the roadblock lingers around.

“I have a feeling something bad is going to happen.”

The ambulance and cameras get through 15 uneasy minutes later.

“The cavalry of the weak arrives”

Splinter of the group moves to the central part of the street, flanked by a hill to the west where half of the IDF force is located. Arguing ensues over the starting point of the play. Soldiers instruct the group to move back, while the other party points to the top of the hill.


“Go where you usually…

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