DAI (enough) - Presented by The Lillian Theatre

Written and Performed by Iris Bahr

"Bahr is an engaging performer who brings humor and humanity to her various personae. More important, “dai” is a compellingly distilled, superbly reasoned piece that states the Israeli cause with rationalism and restraint." - LA TIMES

"In her one woman show, gifted writer and solo performer Iris Bahr poignantly illustrates how infinitesimally fragile the line is between life and death." - LA WEEKLY

“Bahr has more voices at her command than a symphony orchestra has strings.” -VARIETY

“Bahr demonstrates that smarts, talent and dramatic focus are a potent combination…the lady has more identities and accents than a cloned Meryl Streep…Wickedly funny… - DAILY NEWS

“Bahr balances pungent humor, bittersweet pathos and a sublime charm.” – LA WEEKLY

“The breadth of characters is distinct and unusual - Bahr successfully paints a vivid portrait of a diverse Israel.” - BACKSTAGE

"Bahr has done plenty of TV and standup but this is theatre, raw, deep, conflicted and in the end, astonishing, and it is no surprise that the show was a hit" - A CRITICAL MOMENT

It was INCREDIBLE!!! I loved it!!!" - Marianne Hagan (Producer)

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**WINNER 2008 Lucille Lortel Award Best Solo show
**Two Drama Desk Nominations
**One UK stage award nomination

*Sold out Run in Edinburgh
*Smash hit run Off-Broadway

**Command Performance at the United Nations for over 100 ambassadors and

Original Production directed by Will Pomerantz

Thu, Jan 29 – Tue, Feb 17
Thurs, Fri, Sat 8 pm
Sunday 3 pm

Show Calendar

No Performances
Sunday, Feb 1


Special Show Info
Running time: 70 minutes.

Elephant Stages - Lillian Theatre
6322 Santa Monica Blvd
(Santa Monica & 1076 Lillian Way)
Los Angeles, CA  90038
Ample Street Parking
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Special Theatre Info
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(323) 960-4410

Dai (enough) takes us into the world of a Tel Aviv café moments before a suicide bombing. The play goes behind the headlines, and puts a human angle on this most emotionally charged of topics. Iris Bahr brings to life eleven different characters that span the ideological and physical spectrum of Israeli society. Alternately hilarious and tragic, Dai immerses the audience into the lives of various colourful characters that enthusiastically share their stories with us, unaware of their imminent fate.

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