The garden of Habustan

Andrews, Beverly
June 1999
Middle East;Jun99, Issue 291, p50
Critiques the play `The Garden of Habustan,' performed by the Israeli-based Jewish theater company Besht Tellers, and directed by Rebecca Wolman.


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