"Ismail at Isabel" is a lyrical and melodic story that will forever change our view of the children of the streets. The narrative focuses on two children, Ismail at Isabel, a Christian and a Muslim who once lived in a village where Muslims and Christians lived harmoniously. Eventually shattered by war and violence, they become refugees and get separated in the bustling city. Their only hope is to tell and re-tell stories and folktales that their parents once told them, and to find a place where peace reigns over people’s differences.
"Ismail at Isabel" is written by Rody Vera and directed by Maribel Legarda. Performances are slated for August 28 to October 4, 2009 at the PETA Theater Center.
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