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Ziegler’s ‘Dov and Ali’ tackles the big questions

Paul Hammack is Dov and Callie Hutchison is Sonya in ‘Dov and Ali.’Paul Hammack is Dov and Callie Hutchison is Sonya in ‘Dov and Ali.’ (Paul Hammack is Dov and Callie Hutchison is Sonya in ‘Dov and Ali.’ (Whitney Woodcock)

Something Something Theatre is presenting “Dov and Ali” by award-winning playwright Anna Ziegler, through April 23 at the Community Playhouse, 1881 N. Oracle Road.

In “Dov and Ali,” a Jewish high school teacher and his Muslim student, sparked by their studies of “The Lord of the Flies” by William Golding, talk as equals about fate and free will, family and faith. 

Ziegler is the author of a dozen plays that have been produced across the United States and in London’s West End. Her “Photograph 51” won London’s 2016 WhatsOnStage award for Best New Play and was selected as a “Best of the Year” by The Washington Post and The Telegraph.

Tickets are available at somethingsomethingtheatre.com/dov-and-ali. For more information, call 468-6111.

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