A flood of ugly rumors were the final straw that pushed Yisrael Heller to flee the strict, ultra-Orthodox community with his family, in the dead of night. The Hellers are part of a wave of Israelis who are severing ties with the Haredi world.
Marat Parkhomovosky's '1948' is inspired by Benny Morris' historical book about the formation of the state, and has triggered much discussion among audiences.
The Moroccan director and the Israeli actor behind the project to stage the play in Casablanca, explain why they chose the Polish-Israeli playwright.
Children’s games during and following a war reflect both their innermost fears and the pervasive social climate of the time.
‘Why I Killed My Mother,’ which has a happy ending, to open Teatronetto festival in Jaffa on Thursday.
Finding herself accidentally locked in Jerusalem’s Museum of Nature, Michal Vaknin got the idea for the performance 'The Opposite of Alive.'
In a new docudrama series, 'The Cursed,' Hagai Levi, the creator of the psychological drama series 'In Treatment' portrays four Israeli culture heroes who fluctuated between genius and madness.
Guild protests Federation, JCC efforts to scuttle controversial play by Israeli playwright about fictionalized 1948 incident in Palestinian village.
With a Haredi music director, Dr. Seuss's beloved characters come to the Israeli stage in an English-language production.
Best known for his TV comedy, the performer, who died of cancer this week, was one of the founders of Jerusalem's famed Khan Theater, where he also played dramatic roles.