Levin’s ‘Murder’: The Question 'Why' Is for Another Era
Twenty years after it was written, Hanoch Levin’s satirical play, just staged in Tel Aviv by a German theater, is a chilling reflection of the reality we live in today: A cycle of murder, death and lynching, whose causes are long forgotten.
Hanoch Levin wrote the play “Murder” in 1995. It was staged in the Cameri Theater’s big auditorium on Dizengoff Street and directed by Omri Nitzan in 1997, during Benjamin Netanyahu’s first term as prime...
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