Sperm Count by Stephen Orlov
Infertility may be the starting point for Sperm Count, but since the fertility doctor is Palestinian and the grandfather is a deeply conservative Jew, this play is also about cultural mis/understanding and issues, says the playwright, "...confronting not simply the identity of Jews and Palestinians, but all of humanity."
One Intermission. 2 hours in total. Audience: High School & up.
Tickets available at the door at the venue, Congregation Emanu-El, located at 1461 Blanshard Street. Corner Blanshard and Pandora. Venue is wheelchair accessibe.
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