This is Ines Wurth's original drama with intense comic moments is about freedom, war, religion and God. From Croatia to America and back, this solo show introduces 3 women, 3 generations, 3 wars, 3 governments, 3 countries and 3 currencies. It played to critical acclaim at the 2005 Edinburgh Festival Fringe in advance of an international tour that included cities in the United States, Australia, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Italy, Armenia, Morocco, Czech Republic, Croatia and returns to Edinburgh this summer. I Miss Communism won an award from Best Of The Best Of The Fringe Report 2007, in the category of Best Touring Show 2006. It was also nominated for the Amnesty International Freedom of Expression Award and a Writer's Guild Award. "An incredibly powerful piece of theater …hilarious, moving and downright disturbing," said THREE WEEKS, U.K. "...a spellbinding one-woman show." said THE EVENING NEWS, U.K.