The play "In a Stranger's Grave," running at the Khan Theater in Jerusalem through June 13th, portrays the story of two sisters grappling with the implications for their Jewish identity after discovering that the conversion status of their deceased mother had been brought into question.

KAN's Naomi Segal  spoke with playwright Miriam Metzinger and actor Rabbi Professor David Golinkin, president of The Schechter Institutes, Inc., about the play.