I’m Speaking to You in Chinese (It’s All Greek to Me) [סינית אני מדברת אלייך]

Author(s): Savyon Liebrecht
Miri is a director and a mother of three, who returns to her childhood home so she can straighten things up in order to sell it. Walking down memory lane, she returns to her past and family. She deals yet again with her Holocaust surviving parents and a secret romance between her aunt and her father. A mysterious real estate agent helps her get over it all, make peace with her past, and find love.
Format: Drama
Cast Size:4F/2M

Snapshot

Original or Prominent Production:
Bet Lesin, 2005
Original Source Material: A book by Savyon Liebrecht , published in 1992. The play was published in 2012.
Nationality of Author: Israeli
Original Language: Hebrew
Publisher:

Or Am

Experience(s) Chronicled: Survivors and Subsequent Generations

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