Kol’s Last Call – NewBridge on the Charles

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PLAYWRIGHT Joshua Sobol :: DIRECTOR Guy Ben-Aharon :: FEATURING Jeremiah Kissel* 

Koll is standing outside the prison gates. He picks up the phone, and makes a call. Entangled in a corruption case, this dynamic, spirited, sometimes too creative for his own good lawyer is being thrown into jail for misconduct in the courtroom—or is it for uncovering corruption in the system? This “edge of your seat” experience is about your putting together the missing pieces for this case as Koll calls his mother, wife, mistress, associate, and a cast of characters that live on the other end of the line. This hilarious 60-minute performance is a celebration of a brilliant legal mastermind who shines a light on corruption, and has a happy ending with all the women in his life.

Geoffrey Lewis (Dialogue Moderator) is an attorney in private practice who concentrates on family law and civil litigation. He is also extensively engaged in business development opportunities involving Israeli and American companies. He has held a variety of leadership positions in various Jewish community organizations both in Boston and nationally. Currently, he is a member of the Boards of Americans for Peace Now, the Abraham Fund and the University of Haifa.

Joshua Sobol (Playwright) is a Playwright, Director and Author. Sobol has written over 75 plays and directed productions in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Israel and the US. His most famous play, Ghetto, has been performed in 24 countries, and his plays have garnered many awards, among others are: The Evening Standard Award for Best Play of the Year; The Critics’ Circle London Theatre Awards – Best New Play 1989; Laurence Olivier Award Nomination for Best PlayMainichi Art PrizeBest Play of the Year; Yumiuri Shimbun Grand Prize for Best Play of the Year. Sobol won five David’s Harp awards for Best Israeli Play and won the Israeli Theatre Award for Lifetime Achievement. Sobol was awarded The Golden Medal of the City of Vienna for in 2014. Israeli Stage: Season 7 Playwright-in-Residence; readings of Sinners, Wanderers and David, King. Upcoming: the World Premiere Production of The Last Act.