Exclusive -- Ann McElhinney, Phelim McAleer on Their Play 'October 7': 'Only Play Opening in New York that Needs Permanent Police Protection'

Exclusive — Ann McElhinney, Phelim McAleer on Their Play ‘October 7’: ‘Only Play Opening in New York that Needs Permanent Police Protection’


The new play October 7: In Their Own Words brings to life the Hamas terrorist attack through the actual words of Israelis who lived through the cataclysmic day. Based on interviews conducted by the play’s producers — Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer — the stage drama revisits what they call the “darkest day in Israel’s history.”

October 7, which runs through June 16 at the Actors Temple Theatre in New York, arrives at a time of surging anti-Israel and anti-Semitic sentiment in major cities and universities, with protestors clashing with law enforcement and, in some cases, even expressing sympathy for Hamas.

“It’s the only play opening in New York that needs permanent police protection,” Phelim McAleer said in an interview Wednesday with Mike Slater, host of Breitbart News Daily

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