A one play that blends stand-up comedy with personal, touching, theatrical storytelling. Yossi Vassa describes what it was like to walk 700 kilometers by foot, from Ethiopia through refugee camps in Sudan and finally flying to the Holyland where he ends up in Netanya.
He shows us how, from an African perspective, the western world seems primitive.
The play unfolds the story of an entire community and reveals the difficulties of adjusting to Israel from many varied and informal perspectives
Transcends the personal story-exploring larger issues of social integration,while investigating change, courage and humanity
Determined to tell the story of his people. It Sounds Better in Amharicis a cathartic experience
In a stand-up style Yossi Vassa tells his story with humor, charm and honesty
Culture clash is the main theme in a show that deals with dating, learning math, watching tv, getting a new name and other immigrant foibles