Two estranged friends, torn apart by personal betrayal and uprooted by war, meet after years of separation. One has become an Orthodox rabbi, the other a secular writer. Their accidental meeting sparks a battle of wits that tests the limits of friendship, faith, and tolerance. Adapted from "My Quarrel with Hersh Rasseyner," a short story by the acclaimed Yiddish writer Chaim Grade, The Quarrel, written by David Brandes and Rabbi Joseph Telushkin, is based on Brandes and Telushkin's film, originally broadcast on PBS's American Playhouse. A number of The Quarrel's performances will be followed by discussions with noted scholars, artists and writers from both religious and secular communities. Telushkin will lead post-show discussions on Sunday, September 7 and Wednesday, September 24.