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‘Mount Olympus’ in Jerusalem: 24 Hours of Sensory Intoxication
Writing Theater Critiques Isn’t a Job – It’s a Way of Life
'Writing Theater Critiques Isn’t a Job – It’s a Way of Life': Haaretz's Theater Critic Steps Down
Theater Review: 'The Odd Couple' With a Feminist Twist
Tel Aviv Theater Review: 'The Odd Couple' With a Feminist Twist
Tel Aviv Production of 'As You Like It' Is a 100-minute Celebration
This Tel Aviv Production of Shakespeare's 'As You Like It' Is a 100-minute Celebration
'In the Tunnel': 2 Israelis, 1 Palestinian Stuck in an Existential Limbo
'In the Tunnel': Two Israelis and One Palestinian Stuck in an Existential Limbo
'Homeland': A Welcome Escape From Trump's World
'Scandal': Where TV and Reality Cross Paths
This Little Stone Has Quite a Story to Tell
The Stone One President Placed on the Grave
'Bright Lights': The Intertwined Lives of Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher
'Bright Lights': The Intertwined Yet Starkly Different Lives of Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher
A Reality TV Star Becomes President, a Governor Becomes a Reality TV Star
'Lost in Yonkers,' Found in Be'er Sheva
'Dicte': A Reporter With a Knack for Stumbling on Crimes
Danish TV Show 'Dicte' Tracks a Reporter With a Knack for Stumbling on Crimes
New Season of 'Sherlock' to Be 'The Darkest Ever'
The Game Is Afoot: New Season of 'Sherlock' to Be 'The Darkest Ever'
Tel Aviv Play Transcends Shallow Glitz of Children's Shows
Theater Review: 'The Adventures of Humit' Transcends the Shallow Glitz of Israeli Shows for Kids
'This Is Us' Tackles Age-old Nature-nurture Conundrum
Reverse Discrimination in Three Shakespearean Plays
Maya Dagan Is the Quintessential 'Funny Girl' at Tel Aviv's Cameri
'Funny Girl' at Tel Aviv's Cameri Theater: Maya Dagan Is the Embodiment of Fanny Brice
'Mozart in the Jungle' Season 3: A High-brow Yet Bingeable Soap Opera
A Rare Hebrew Production of an Egyptian Play
Rare Hebrew Production of Egyptian Play Offers Perspective Israelis Aren't Used To
'No Offence': Police Procedural Meets Zany Women-led Sitcom
'No Offence': Police Procedural Meets Zany Sitcom Where Women Run the Show
Theater Review: 'Tel Aviv Winter' Presents Love in Eight Scenes
'Shadow World' Paints a Depressing Picture of the Arms Trade
'Shadow World' Paints a Vividly Depressing Picture of the International Arms Trade
Escape Post-election Drama With British Royalty Series 'The Crown'
Powerful Play Looks at Jewish-Arab Tension - From Both Sides
Powerful Israeli Play Looks at Jewish-Arab Tension - From Both Sides
Jude Law Plays a Rule-flouting American Pontiff in 'The Young Pope'
The Two Fantasies of 'Westworld'
The Two Fantasies of 'Westworld': Playing God and Violence Without Consequences
Can Sarah Jessica Parker Shake Off Carrie in HBO's 'Divorce'?
Can Sarah Jessica Parker Shake Off Carrie in HBO's New Series 'Divorce'?
This Israeli Show Should Be Picked Up for an American Remake
No Pussyfooting Around the 'P' Word
No Pussyfooting Around the 'P' Word, Even for Donald Trump
CSI Meets Oz in HBO's 'The Night Of'
No Surprises on Rolling Stone's Top 100 TV Shows of All Time
Agatha Christie Thriller as a Metaphor for Clinton's Presidential Run
An Agatha Christie Thriller as a Metaphor for Clinton's Presidential Run
How Multiple Sclerosis Helped Me Fall in Love With Amy Schumer
South Park's Trump Joke May Become Reality in November
The Once and Future Anne
Play Envisioning Anne Frank as Holocaust Survivor Falls Flat in Tel Aviv
These Jewish Migrants Survived Pogroms. Then They Were Faced With Zionist Cruelty
These Jewish Migrants Survived Pogroms, Riots and Famine. Then They Were Faced With Zionist Cruelty
Three Years Late, Israelis Finally Hear the Truth About Trump
Christianity Is Vanishing From the Middle East
'Dealing With the Holocaust Is White Privilege'
Ultra-Orthodox Aliyah to Israel Is Breaking Records. Here's Why
Israel Prepares for Doomsday COVID Variant as Delta Wave Wanes