US, England, France and Germany have all called for Syria’s President Assad to step down over his suppression of protesters.
The new London play follows conversations between young Syrians as they live through one week of the uprising -- all of it by email.
Using navy vessels, the Syrian government fired on dissidents in the port city of Latakia on Sunday.
The United States has imposed sanctions on Syria's largest bank and mobile phone operator while calling on Assad to step down from power.
Pressure on the Syrian regime and its violent crackdown on dissent stepped up a notch as Turkey's foreign minister arrives in Damascus for talks.
Syria's government cracked down on democratic protesters in the city of Hama on Sunday, leaving as many as 130 dead.
The Syrian government has cut off power and telephone lines, and arrested scores of people in attempt to suppress massive protests.
The Syrian government has allowed a handful of journalists to take highly controlled tours of the country. Many still rely on rumors about the current government crackdown.
Syrian protests continue in the face of gruesome images of torture by the Syrian government. Human rights groups are making sure the world can see those images.
A video of a 13-year-old boy being brutally killed and brutalized has raised outrage and ignited more protests in Syria calling for regime change.