Onstage nudity gets a chilly reception among conservative Israeli audiences
Be'er Sheva Theater's production of 'Nora', the local version of 'A Doll's House', is covered up for audiences in the rest of the country. Censorship or simply good business?
Theatergoers who attended “A Doll’s House” (staged locally under the name “Nora”) at the Jerusalem Theater last week saw a censored version of the Be’er Sheva Theater production. The marital rape scene, in which actress Avital Pasternak appears with her upper body nude in the original, was sanitized for the Jerusalem audience.