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“I <3 Hamas" Show About Palestinian-American Identity in LA

Posted by uscsjp on June 16, 2011

JUNE 9-25th

After our successful 6 week run in LA earlier this year, I Heart Hamas: And Other Things I’m Afraid to Tell You is back this June as part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival. We have 4 shows -that’s ONLY FOUR- left and they’re selling quick so get your tickets now!

Tickets are $15 and available online BUY TIX


THERE ARE $5 student tickets available USE THE DISCOUNT CODE
 when buying your tickets 

Please Forward to a Friend & Support Palestinian Narratives Onstage!




Fri, 6/17@2:00pm
Mon, 6/20@7:00pm

Tues, 6/21@7:00pm
Sat, 6/25@12:30pm


All performances at:

Theatre Asylum

6320 Santa Monica Blvd.

Los Angeles, California 90038


I Heart Hamas: And Other Things I’m Afraid to Tell You
Actress and writer Jennifer Jajeh, with award winning director W. Kamau Bell, presents I Heart Hamas, a tragicomic solo theater show. Sick and tired of the unsolicited discussions, debate and disagreements about her identity and her opinions about the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, Jennifer tries to figure it out for herself. Join her on American and Palestinian soil on auditions, bad dates, and across military checkpoints as she navigates the thorny terrain around Palestinian identity.





Listen to our most recent radio interviews from the last 2 weeks archived here:


“Jennifer Jajeh has an interesting story to tell. Sometimes-humorous, sometimes-disturbing… her discoveries of what life in Ramallah is like for Palestinians may be revelatory for most Americans.”

“Incredibly funny! Jajeh’s talent for storytelling with a combustive blend of humor and pathos is on full display… (Jajeh) has created a fresh, irreverent, and heartfelt take on trans-national identity politics and representations of the 
Middle East

NBC (San Francisco)
“Best Events in the City” pick. “If you don’t go, the terrorists win: This witty Palestinian-American girl coolly shows us how her daily life is affected by today’s politics”


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