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The Peace Maker: A Play About Birthright

For many young TorontoJ ews, birthright trips -- all expenses paid -- to Israel, are an immersion in Jewish culture and heritage. Nadia Greenblatt took a birthright trip and decided to write a play based on her experiences. She shared her story.
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The Peace Maker is at the Factory Theatre as part of the Next Stage Festival. The play, runs through until next week Sunday.

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