This Israeli theater has a creative take on drawing a younger crowd
While the political establishment makes a song and dance about every canceled concert here, Israeli theater directors have quietly been receiving numerous rejections in their efforts to stage works by U.K. playwrights in recent years
The performances at Jerusalem International Dance Week feature exposed female breasts, but Israel's Deputy Attorney General argues Culture Minister Miri Regev has no legal authority to withhold funding due to a work's content
It was the year before Kristallnacht and Goebbels granted permission, but a senior Nazi cancelled it at the last minute
At Jaffa Theatre, two Ethiopian-Israeli actresses dramatize inner conflict of children of immigrants, who, unlike their parents, aren't so quiet
This year's event clearly attracted a much more religious, right-wing audience than in the past
Head of Iconic Israeli Theater Festival Unfazed by Pressure to Quit Over Banned Play About Palestinian Prisoners
Director Moni Yosef has been called a Nazi for taking over the Acre Fringe Theater Festival after the play ‘Prisoners of the Occupation’ was banned. He tells Haaretz why he's sticking to his guns
Treasury tells Culture Ministry the company’s budget could be cut, pending a hearing, for violating ‘Nakba Law’
The theater is the subject of a number of complaints by the Ministry of Culture that claim performances violate the 'Nakba law' stipulating the removal of funding for organizations that commemorate the Nakba
Avichai Mendelblit's move means the 'cultural allegiance' bill initiated by Culture Minister Regev will not advance
Petition calls for ending Culture Ministry’s ‘carrot and stick’ policy; justices suggest keeping incentives for organizations that do perform in Negev, Galilee and West Bank settlements
While Israeli high school trips to Poland are increasingly being criticized for their content and commercialization, the new show 'Bira ve Nazkira' aims to use humor to convey Holocaust awareness
Einat Weizman is being called a baby killer, but she tells Haaretz she's just trying to highlight the situation in which censorship, occupation, nighttime arrests and home demolitions are considered sane
Music director Or Matias talks about working with Dave Malloy on the show 'Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812'
Culture minister's comments come as theater groups withdraw from Israel's fringe theater festival after a play about Palestinian prisoners was removed from program
'They're forcing me to fund plays that provide a platform for terrorists with blood on their hands,' Miri Regev says
Artistic director quits popular Acre Fringe Theater Festival after public steering committee disqualifies 'Prisoners of Occupation'
Miri Regev cites ‘the basic values of Israel as a Jewish and democratic state,’ but the festival notes that it warns about any nudity, which in any case takes place in closed venues
Association for Civil Rights in Israel claims the new form that cultural institutions must fill out to get ministry support is even worse than its precursor.
Actors in a new Gesher Theater production identify with their characters in this realistic play about army, politics and the media, but have also developed a sense of brotherhood and purpose.
Culture Minister Miri Regev previously demanded theaters and other cultural institutions sign a form declaring whether or not they had performed in performing in West Bank settlements.
Yossi Sucary's award-winning book 'Benghazi—Bergen-Belsen' has been adapted for the stage, and performances begin in March at La MaMa Experimental Theater Club in New York City’s East Village.
Most of the drama occurring at Haifa'a Al-Midan theater occurred offstage in 2016, but the Arab repertory theater has big plans now it has a full budget again.
Donald Trump and Israeli Culture Minister Miri Regev are assailing artists who deserve more for their efforts, whether on Broadway or in Israel’s outskirts.
Miri Regev's post came after an actress criticized a defamation suit against director Mohammad Bakri and after audience members, some of whom had already begun filing out, were asked to sing the national anthem.
One actor has opted not to appear in Kiryat Arba on November 10, but replacement has agreed to step in as one-off, meaning actor will not be hit financially.
Habima is due to perform in Kiryat Arba next month, sparking a war played out on Facebook.
The Acre Festival play, 'Palestine, Year Zero,' deals with a building assessor who evaluates the damage done to Palestinian homes by Israeli military activity.
Rights group petitions against funding criteria that would reward institutions that perform in the settlements and penalize those that don't.
Curtis Brown claims Tel Aviv’s Habima and Kiryat Shmona’s Mara theaters owe $12,000 to a playwright represented by the firm.