"Oranges and Stones" carries us back to the first Jewish wave of immigration to Palestine under the guise of the “Balfour Declaration.” The play tackles the story of an impoverished refugee man who arrives from Europe after World War I and settles at the home of a woman. He gradually tries to control her home and subsequently expel her therefrom, whereas she lived happily on her property and over her land benefiting from the produce of her orange orchards. The conflict between them starts by steps he takes to control the place and take possession of her property. "Oranges and Stones" is a play without words, told totally through physical action and original music. It portrays the reality of persecution in Palestine, and travels in time to seventy years of occupation and settlement.
Idea & Direction: Mojisola Adebayo
Actors: Edward Muallem, Iman Aoun
Music by: Rami Washaha
Technician: Mohammad Ali
Supported by: Sida - Sweden, through PPAN