‘The Wolves’ is about a wily Israeli who returns from America and rides a tale of personal and familial humiliation to a soaring political career.
Although the talented cast provide some compensation for the one-dimensional depiction of secular and ultra-Orthodox Jews.
The show features two delightful youngsters sharing the lead role and some talented veterans of the local musical scene.
Don’t panic over the drums of revolution — there is no revolution: Miri Regev is simply taking credit for something that started long before she came along
This stage work rivets the eye and the ear and the mind, shaking the psyche with a story both national and personal.
Jan Fabre’s pretentious ‘Mount Olympus’ was the curtain-closer of this year’s Israel Festival, an act of theater as an endurance sport.
Each side of the coin called 'life in Israel,' the Jewish-Israeli side and the Arab-Israeli side, takes great care to present the 'correct' version of its narrative.
The viewer in Konstantin Bogomolov’s production of 'Platonov' totally suspends disbelief and receives what is being conveyed onstage in full.
The music flowed, the lighting glowed and the lady crowed. The witches were in black-and-silver, all the rest wore red, and after the blood was spilled and the singing stilled, peace was fulfilled.
The performances are excellent, the direction singular and the Shakespearean text dazzling. This new production of ‘Coriolanus’ should be staged nationwide.