From the leaflet:
"'Where are we heading? The Oum Sa'd family' capures moments in the life of a family from Nablus: the family's trials and tribulations, hopes and endurances. The Ou'm Sa'd family is like so many Palestinian families, whose daily reality is life under occupation, and who must constantly make tough choices and come to terms with loss, restrictions and violence."
Osama Malhas, an esteemed playwright and director, has come together with 12 local Nabulsi students and some of Medecins Sans Frontieres' psychologists and social workers, to develop this play. The production acts as a discussion of many of the important issues that face Palestinians on a daily basis and of how different people react in different ways to these stressful scenarios.
The performance was interactive, with audience memebers able to voice their ideas and opinions throughout - people should be encouraged to speak out about what they think and feel and should discuss their experiences. I think that this was the core concept for the play as a whole: it is vital both for the mental health of the people living here and for the propagation and dissemination of information regarding the occupation around the world.