House, Divided

InterAct Theatre Company


InterAct Theatre produced the 2008 world premiere of Philadelphia playwright Larry Loebell's House, Divided as the centerpiece of a festival of new and contemporary plays exploring American perspectives on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. In this play, A Jewish American family is torn apart when one of two brothers decides to embrace Jewish orthodoxy and move to Israel during the height of the Vietnam war. The brothers reunite thirty years later, when one is a retired officer of the Israeli army and the other is a senior director of Amnesty International.

Photo by Seth Rozin.