Lana Riley has had it rough ever since the Kamarans took over her planet. The alien overlords are responsible for her parents' deaths, and even with her top-notch piloting skills, she can barely earn the money she needs to care for her seriously ill younger brother.
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In the fierce and untamed Territory of New Mexico, the most fierce and most untamed made love and history.
Rose Donahue was only seventeen when her life was turned upside down. Rose was a young child when her family came from Ireland in hopes of a better life. Things seemed to be going well. They had acquired a tiny homestead in Texas, and her father enjoyed working on the land. Rose being an only child, was close to her parents. A band of Apache Indians attacked the homestead. Rose's mother sent her into a hidey hole under the floor where they kept their potatoes and onions.
Mohammed is an Arab in love with Iris, a Jewish soldier of 18 years defending the State of Israel. Will he experience the happiness of a love fulfilled or will he experience the tragedy of rejection and be engulfed in an excruciating tragic end? In his second play, H. C. Kim explores the themes of love and sorrow. Like his first play, Ping Pong: A Play about American College Life, Jewish Being centralizes the idea of the power of love. Love is the most awesome phenomena in the world.