The Hampstead is a small fringe theater near the Tube station at Swiss Cottage that specializes in new drama. A larger hall is under construction nearby. Simon Block's new play, "Hand in Hand," will be performing there until mid-March. This is a play that is sure to be of interest to Israelis and Jews.
Offered a book with a foolproof title, Ha'aretz takes up the challenge.
The megillah is like a synopsis for a movie project, whereas some of the commentaries are `treatments' that add dialogues, explore motivations and enrich the plot
You say `euro,' I say `uro' - and never the twain shall meet.
Tamara by Leora Rivlin at the Habimah Theater. Directed by Hanan Snir.
The Big Win, presented by the Be'er Sheva Municipal Theater. Based on the story by Shalom Aleichem. Written and directed by Roni Sinai, stage set by Lily Ben-Nahshon, costumes by Daliah Pen, Music by Issar Shulman.
A member of the best-seller royalty says he's throwing in the towel. But, asks Ha'aretz, how can an artist ever `retire' from his art?
The New Israeli Opera presents Georges Bizet's Carmen. Directed by Emilio Sagi. Performed by the Israel Symphony Orchestra Rishon Lezion. Conducted by Asher Fisch.
Giangiacomo Feltrinelli was a powerhouse of a publisher. Then he got blown up.
Ha'aretz reflects on the lists in a book about best-seller lists - which didn't even make it onto the list