Khan brings back Aloni classic

A biting satire for two actors, The American Princess concerns an embittered royal exile in an unnamed South American country.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
March 10, 2009 11:03

The Jerusalem Khan Theater will present Udi Ben-Moshe's production of Nissim Aloni's modern classic, The American Princess. The play was first produced in 1963 at the Seasons Theater, then moved to Habimah (1982) and next to the Cameri (1996). A biting satire for two actors, The American Princess concerns an embittered royal exile in an unnamed South American country. The self-styled "American princess" wants his memoirs, sending first a tape-recorder and then a filmmaker to make what will surely be an epochal movie. Except that nothing goes quite as planned. The play opens at the Khan on March 21.


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