It's hard to believe that two hours and forty-five minutes could go by so quickly. But it did. With less than two dozen characters and very little action, the play tells the true story of the Oslo Peace
Clinton’s administration played a limited role in bringing the Oslo
Accord into being, it would invest vast amounts of time and resources in order
to help Israel and the Palestinians implement the agreement. By the time Clinton
left office, however, the peace process had run aground, and a new round of
Israeli-Palestinian violence had begun. The play speaks not of the long term success of the Oslo Accord but of the ability of people to come together and at least try to create peace.