After a show one day in the West Bank city of Jericho, Abd El Salam Abdo caught a five-year-old running her fingers over the fragile scenery of his toy theater piece. "I love it," she said, explaining why she couldn't keep her hands off the colorful paper cutouts representing Jerusalem. Though she lives only a 30-minute drive away from the real-life stones of the Old City, this Palestinian girl isn't likely to see their golden glow any time soon. "So," says Abdo, speaking in Arabic through an interpreter, "I felt obligated to take Jerusalem to her. This is the essence of the show: If you can't... More >>>