|Jeremie Bracka in Araft In Therapy. Photo courtesy of NIDA|
A one man political comedy parodying the Middle East peace process – this I had to see. Human Rights lawyer and one time UN worker Jeremie Bracka presents a mockumentary / biography of his life from early memories of childhood with his Polish mother and Egyptian father up until his time living in Israel and working for the United Nations. With more than twenty different characters thrown in to the mix it is sometimes hard to keep up with the fast paced monologue of Bracka, who seamlessly shifts from one persona to the other.
Read the full article on the AU review.