Lineup Announced for The 2017 International Tmu-na Festival
The 2017 International Tmu-na Festival will be 16 days (October 23 - November 7, 2017) of works in the fields of theatre, performance, dance, music and plastic arts and its theme is "Encounters".
Encounters with unique productions from abroad (Poland, Germany, Austria and USA) who are visiting Israel, collaborations of Israel with Switzerland, Spain and Germany and artistic encounters of artists who thoroughly examine our current existential state, its edges, asking to "broadcast outside" mirroring and response as opposed to a constantly changing reality that lately seems to become more undermined in Israel and the world.
The encounters with international productions provide an observation on social processes, of both cultural and theatrical aspects, who take place not far from Israel and which in addition to the importance of observing outside they explain the processes happening in Israel.
Oct. 23, from 20:00- 30 years of Musica Nova
Three premieres by Shira Legmann, Maayan Tzdaka and Assaf Shatil.
Three experimental pieces by David Tudor, Akvin Lucier and Nomi Epstein.
Oct. 24, from 19:00- The Polish Invasion
An evening of independent Polish creation. Photography, dance, performance and music.
A collaboration between Tmu-na Theatre and the Polish Institute.
Oct. 25-26, from 20:00- Freedom of Speechless
Mor Dovrat and Yarden Gilboa.
Switzerland - Israel. The place where art and fascism meet. A performance theatre show that examines the tension and closeness between fascism and art with theatrical means.
Oct. 27 from 20:00,Oct. 28 from 17:00- Just in Time
Deufert & Plischke, Germany. An interactive dance performance.
Oct. 28 from 20:00-
Diary of a Madman- A new adaptation of Nikolai Gogol's classic tragicomedy, by Tmu-na Ensemble.
Capsule- A dance performance by Oded Ronen.
From 21:00- Ravemachine. Doris Uhlich- Austria. A dance performance examining the body's limits.
From 19:00- The Milky Way. A citrus fruit scented monodrama.
Oct. 30, from 17:30- Acco at Tmu-na
Tmu-na Theatre hosts Acco Theatre Center.
performances, an encounter between independent languages.
19:00- Surface. Nofar Sela. Performance: Mapping of the body and country.
20:30- Come Closer. Stav Marin and Merav Dagan host Faye Shapiro.
Meital Raz and Lee Meir. A dance-performance show where everything is total and yet reversible: Overall everything is a game.
20:00- Ready to Snap.
Patricia Carolin Mai, Germany. A dance performance that examines the body in emergency situations.
Nov. 1 at 20:00, Nov. 2 at 19:00- Suspicious Incident
A dark comedy about six supporting characters in leading roles. A murder in a settlement that leads to a series of absurd comic mistakes.
Nov. 2 at 19:00, Nov. 3 at 13:00- Elifelet
Ilil Lev Kenaan. Performance that deals with bereavement ceremonies.
Nov. 2 at 21:00- Anavagana
A dance show.
Nov. 3 at 22:00- Soulela
Cabaretakum- Electronic Cabaret from San Francisco.
Nov. 3 and 4 at 20:00-
The mysterious disappearance of M- An urban detective story.
Fireflies- A world premiere of a stage production by Amos Gitai and Einat Weitzman.
Nov. 4 at 17:00- West of the Jordan River
A screening of the documentary film by Amos Gitai. Israel, France, 94 minutes.