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Bahr None Productions and Outpost13 present: 

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Directed by Jessica Hanna



3 pm PST/ 6 pm EST

Following the cancellation of the NYC premiere due to Covid, Iris has partnered with Outpost 13 and her director Jessica Hanna to bring DAI to the public via a one of a kind streaming event. 

Join us for the powerful sequel to her funny and moving solo show, DAI (enough), in which she portrayed 10 different characters in a Tel Aviv cafe moments before a suicide bomber enters.  DAI had a hit run Off Broadway, and a tour across the US, Canada, Europe and Latin America, including a command performance at the United Nations for over 100 ambassadors and delegates. 


DAI 2.0, follows up with the aftermath of the bombing fifteen years later, as a reporter who survived the original bombing returns to interview a wide range of family members of the victims. With humor and pathos, the show explores the current state of the conflict and Israeli society: both its lovers and its critics, through the current prism of Covid and isolation.

For questions and to inquire about group rates and talkbacks with the performer: 

“’Dai’ creator/actress Iris Bahr drops an off-Broadway bombshell of a show about Israel”

– Jewish Exponent


“Funny and Engaging…brings terrorist victims to life”

– NJ Jewish News


“Bahr fleshes out her characters vividly”

– The Independent


“A Tour-de-force”

– Onstage Scotland


IRIS BAHR (Writer, Performer)

Iris Bahr is an award-winning writer, actor, director, producer and host of the hit X-RAE podcast. She has written two humorous memoirs: Dork Whore, about her travels through Asia, and Machu My Picchu, about her adventures through South America and college experience. She also just co -wrote Book of Leon with comic JB Smoove.  

Having appeared on numerous TV shows, Ms. Bahr is best known for her recurring role on Curb your Enthusiasm, where she plays the Orthodox Jewish Girl that gets stuck on a ski-lift with Larry David, and her cable series Svetlana, executive produced alongside Mark Cuban, which she also wrote and directed for two seasons. Her critically acclaimed solo show, "DAI (enough)”, which she also performed at the United Nations for over 100 ambassadors and delegates, had a hit run Off-Broadway, has toured around the world, and won the prestigious Lucille Lortel Award for Best Solo Performance, as well as two Drama Desk and UK Stage Award nominations. 

She just completed a run of her third solo show, I LOST YOU THERE at the acclaimed Cherry Lane Theatre in NYC. As a stand-up comic, Iris has performed both in the US and abroad, and was chosen as one of the New Faces at the Montreal Just for Laughs Comedy Festival. She performs regularly in New York City and also hosts a weekly podcast X-RAE, as her alter ego Rae Lynn Caspar White. ( Her guests have included Andie MacDowell, Doug Liman, Lawrence O' Donnell,  bestselling author Kurt Andersen, Daily show Correspondent Dulce Sloan, and playwright Itamar Moses.  Her new play THE OLIVE TREE, a comedy about the Israeli Palestinian conflict just had a sold out reading in NYC and will open in NYC this Spring.  She is a magna cum laude graduate of Brown University. Visit for more info.


Jessica Hanna is a Los Angeles based Director & Producer and Artist in Residence at Thymele Arts. She is member of The Kilroys, an activist artists group working for gender parity in the American Theatre. She Co-Founded Bootleg Theater and was it's Producing & Managing Director for 12 years. Her focus has been on new work development. Directing credits include: Lisa Dring's DEATH PLAY at Circle X Theatre, NO HOMO, at Hollywood Fringe, New York Fringe and Atwater Village Theatres. World premieres of FOUR CHORDS AND A GUN by John Ross BowIe and I CARRY YOUR HEART by Georgette Kelly, THE WILLOWS by Kerri-Ann McCalla and BLUE GOLD & BUTTERFLIES by Stephanie Batiste, all at Bootleg Theater. PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT, the musical, at Celebration Theatre (Winner 2019 Ovation Award Best Production of a Musical, 7 Nominations including Best Director). Guest director at CalState University Long Beach, Occidental College, CalArts and CalPoly Pomona. This past summer she taught ensemble techniques & directed A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM for Make Trouble in Wilmington, NC, produced two plays by Kirsten Vangsness at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and directed Michelle Kholos Brooks’ HOSTAGE at Adobe Rose Theatre in Santa Fe, NM.  Most recently co-directed Justin Sayre’s RAVENSWOOD MANOR at Celebration Theater. for contact & more info.

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