A highly tasteful production of a Shakespearean comedy that entices the eye and will stay with those who love life and theater after the curtain falls.
How depressing to discover that satire in Israel is timeless, as the Gesher Theater production of ‘In the Tunnel’ makes clear.
Yossi Sucary's award-winning book 'Benghazi—Bergen-Belsen' has been adapted for the stage, and performances begin in March at La MaMa Experimental Theater Club in New York City’s East Village.
Israeli theater rarely mounts productions for actors, but Neil Simon’s 'Lost in Yonkers' has a lead role that’s tailor-made for one actress.
Most of the drama occurring at Haifa'a Al-Midan theater occurred offstage in 2016, but the Arab repertory theater has big plans now it has a full budget again.
This stage production, based on a story by an iconic Israeli writer, offers a deep experience that is far removed from the raucous spectacles so often served up to kids.
In a stunning London theater project, an all-female cast make a feminist statement about interpreting the Bard’s timeless, yet immediate masterpieces.
Maya Dagan dives into the lead role of ‘Funny Girl’ as if it had been written just for her, and reminds us of what a marvelous comedienne she is.
'Sa’dun Almajnoon,' a production of the Arab-Hebrew Theater of Jaffa, depicts the 1967 war as the watershed between hope and sanity, and madness and despair.
‘Tel Aviv Winter,’ a play that deals with relations between men and women, doesn’t coerce viewers into being amused. Instead, it allows them to float on the wings of imagination.