Rabbi Sholomo Wasserman – an Orthodox rabbi born in Germany for whom everything is either black or white, pro-war, late 40s.
Cheese Williams – a preppy and privileged African American college student, apolitical, early 20s
Danny Friedman – a spoiled and rebellious college student, Jewish, atheist, anti-war, early 20s
“Shalom Vietnam” was performed at the Stella Adler Theatre in Hollywood and was awarded the Audience Award in a one-act festival there and received staged readings at the William Inge New Play Festival in Independence, Kansas and at the Actors Studio West in West Hollywood, CA.
Approximately 35-40 minutes
Preview available here