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News Impact Festival Hit Dai (enough) Graduates to Run at Culture Project Following a run as part of the Impact Festival, Iris Bahr's solo work Dai (enough) will play at the Culture Project mainstage starting Nov. 8.
Iris Bahr wrote and stars in Dai (enough).
Iris Bahr wrote and stars in Dai (enough). Photo by Peter McCabe

Will Pomerantz directs the work, which will officially open Nov. 14. Tickets are currently on sale through Jan. 6, 2007. The sold-out success at the Impact Festival features "actress, stand-up and neuroscientist" Bahr in her own solo play in which she "brings to life a remarkable range of heartfelt and outspoken characters that span the conflicted spectrum of Israeli society," as a release describes.

Bahr calls upon her own experiences as "a sergeant in the Israeli army, a former neuroscience researcher, author of the upcoming memoir 'Dork Whore,' and a confused dual citizen who has starred on both 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' and the wholly unrelated nationwide release 'Larry the Cable Guy'" to lead audiences through an array of characters — including a Christian Dominionist, a Latina actress, a Palestinian intellectual and a Zionist former general, among many more — in a Tel Aviv café.

Tickets to Dai (enough) at the Culture Project, 45 Bleecker Street (at Lafayette) are available by calling (212) 307-4100. For more information visit

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