Michael Handelzalts, Haaretz’s veteran theater critic, has written reviews of about 4,000 performances. Now, after 42 years, he is bidding farewell and exiting the stage
The Ikea version of a play: ready for self-assembly from pre-existing parts.
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.
The fictional world of 'Homeland' may parallel reality, but at least you can be sure it will be over, with no real harm done.
Those plotting the current season of ‘Scandal’ have promised the show will sail close to the wind of actual events
Why should the president of Poland place a stone from Warsaw Ghetto on Yoni Netanyahu’s grave? And who will guard that celebrity stone?
'Bright Lights,' an HBO documentary about Reynolds and Fisher's complex mother-daughter relationship, exposes the pain underneath the glamour of show business.
Only a few days to go before Trump opens in the biggest reality show of them all.
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.