By Valerie Gladstone
Updated April 23, 1999 at 04:00 AM EDT

In his engrossing one-man show, ably directed by Stephen Daldry (An Inspector Calls), busy playwright David Hare (Amy’s View) reveals what he learned about the Arab-Israeli conflict during a trip to Israel in 1997. He wittily and passionately relates conversations with settlers and politicians in Israeli and Palestinian territories and describes visits to legendary sites like Via Dolorosa, where Jesus last walked in Jerusalem. Hare’s monologue has all the resonance of a full-scale drama. A