August 09, 2010
RASH Hits NYCHow many solo plays have you seen about a Scottish Jew who falls in love whilst investigating the genocide and human rights abuses in Rwanda? RASH, which began as a vignette of short monologues based on a personal experience of living in countries in crises, is hitting New York next week.
RASH is the story of how Jenni Wolfson ended up working for the UN in Rwanda after the genocide and how that experience changed her life.
Through her experiences, Jenni wanted to give people a taste of what it might be like to live, love and laugh in the midst of horror and tragedy. RASH makes something as huge and incomprehensible as genocide personal.
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