Crafting "In-Between" with Ibrahim Miari

On today’s podcast, I sit down with Ibrahim Miari whose production “In Between” is on stage at Walnut Street Theatre’s independence Studio on 3. We talk about the origins of the piece today’s political distractions and the inner struggles that resonate and relate to us all. Stay Tuned!

 Ibrahim Miari in “In-Between”, onstage at Walnut Street Theatre, Independence Studio 3. Credit: Mark Garvin

Ibrahim Miari in “In-Between”, onstage at Walnut Street Theatre, Independence Studio 3. Credit: Mark Garvin

ABOUT IN BETWEEN


On the precipice between two cultures stands Ibrahim Miari, son of a Palestinian Muslim father and Jewish Israeli mother. In this riveting and thought-provoking one-man show written and performed by Miari, he recalls his childhood in Israel and brings us into the complexities and contradictions that define his life “In Between” two worlds. With deftness, wit, and humor, Miari transcends today’s political distractions and reminds us of the deeper inner struggles and bonds that link us all.


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