The Hour of Feeling

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It’s 1967, and the map of the Middle East is about to change drastically. Fueled by a love of English Romantic poetry, Adham journeys from Palestine to London with his new wife, Abir, to deliver a career-defining lecture. As the young couple’s marriage is tested, Adham struggles to reconcile his ambitions with the pull of family and home. But what if seizing the moment means letting go of everything he knows? Part of a trilogy.

Rasha Zamamiri & Hadi Tabbal. Set: Michael Raiford. Costume: Lorraine Venberg. Lights: Brian J. Lilienthal.
Hadi Tabbal & Rasha Zamamiri
Hadi Tabbal & William Connell
David Barlow, Hadi Tabbal & William Connell
Production and Development History

Read as part of Public Theater Emerging Writer's Group Spotlight Series, April 2010. Director, Mark Wing-Davey.

Workshopped at NY Stage & Film, Summer 2011. Director: Giovanna Sardelli.

Produced in 2012 as part of Actors Theatre of Louisville's Humana Festival of New Plays. Directed by Mark Wing-Davey and starring David Barlow, William Connell, Judith Delgado, Marianna McLellan, Hadi Tabbal and Rasha Zamamiri