Steven Greenstein


Poignant Voices, Solo “Voices from the Holy and Not So Holy Land” is a show that speaks to the human truths behind the Mideast situation.

Steven Greenstein’s collage drama of bad blood between Arab and Jew, and Jew and Jew, could play in Jakarta, or Brooklyn. Greenstein’s approach is resolutely specific, offered through an array of 9 characters, including an American Evangelist visiting the Holy Land, a Palestinian burger joint owner in East Jerusalem, an Israeli veteran haunted by the horrors of war, to a Jewish car salesman from the San Fernando Valley.

“Voices from the Holy and Not so Holy Land” has humor and poignancy as Greenstein the writer makes his points indirectly by simply allowing his characters to speak. Greenstein the actor, picks up the thread by absolutely loving each character he plays. It is why each one feels and sounds so credible and is so nonjudgmentally observed.

“Fantastic” – LA Times

Approx Running Time: 70 Minutes
Genre: Solo Play, Storytelling, Live Theater

Please Note: the venue has a 2-beverage minimum per person. 

Triad Theater

158 West 72nd Street New York, NY 10023

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  • The Theater is on the 2nd Floor above a restaurant called Seven Hill and located next to the Acker Merril Wines store.

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