With a long list of career achievements as a singer and actress, both on TV, theatre and performing live around the world, it's only natural that being the first Israeli actress to take over a leading role on Broadway, specifically in its longest running American musical, Chicago, is the latest addi... (more...)
"Gidi Daydreaming Musical" is a good example for a musical that has everything except for a good plot. With a combination of a good actress, who has a great voice, live band on stage and good jokes it is still not complete... (more...)
How interesting and relevant can a show from the 17th century can be? Apparently, more than you think… I watched the show "The Servant of Two Masters" and enjoyed more than I expected, why? All the information below.... (more...)
Frida Kahlo was an amazing artist that influenced many people. On the paper taking one of the best dancers in Israel to take her role in a biographic show should be a great success. But is it?... (more...)
When I enter one of the smaller theatre halls of The Cameri Theatre, I never know what to expect, and that time was not different at all. I was so tired that day when I went to see "Suddenly, a Knock on the Door" but once it starts, everything diffused.... (more...)
The word 'creation' in Hebrew (ITZIRA) comes from the word 'instinct' (ITZAR), and rightly so.
A show/ play that excites us will sometimes touch us in our most sensitive and exposed places, reaching our secret thoughts and deepest emotions.... (more...)
What is this show? I'd call it a confusing blending masterpiece of an experience that revises the unwritten contract between audience and performer.
This beautiful group used its special abilities and rare style to create another in a series of unusually brilliant performances.... (more...)
The complex Israeli-Palestinian reality exists in everything in the State of Israel. We live in a temperate Middle Eastern country, with strange and unique people who create a charming and unique mosaic.
Noam Gil, the play's author, translated the problematic situation to the play Fear Of The Event... (more...)
Even though most of the audience were seasoned veterans of LAMABATI shows (no one can stop after just one), the group still did as they always do - they kept the entire room laughing non-stop the entire time.... (more...)
Carrie St. Louis (Rock of Ages, Wicked) was invited to the Habima National Theater to lead a master class in musicals! I was fortunate to be able to attend, and can convey that the experience was amazing!... (more...)
The play OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS tells about a world of only men. Tziki places an order for a new product: 'woman' with instructions. This new product is a source of great uproar - the prime minister, the general and the senior scientist are each trying to claim ownership of this new toy.... (more...)
Let's talk about death!
Oh! We are all afraid when we hear that word. D-E-A-T-H!
We are all afraid of what we leave behind, and have we left enough? Do we live in the moment? I share these fears, too.... (more...)
In less than twenty years it received an Off-Broadway production, an Off-Broadway revival, numerous productions worldwide and a big screen film. Last month, Jason Robert Brown's one of a kind musical The Last 5 Years, directed by Eidan Lipper, finally made its long-overdue Israeli debut and premiere... (more...)
In celebration of Israel's 70th Anniversary, Isaac Sutton and Broadway's Carrie St. Louis, who is currently playing Off-Broadway as Annette in Le Poisson Rouge's production of Cruel Intentions: The Musical, opened their Israel tour of their show Broadway-Israel at the Kiryat Motzkin Theatre Hall.... (more...)
My review will focus on the solo actor in the play- Eyal Shechter.
Solo plays tend to fail for lack of energy. There are a lot of reasons for this - none of them particularly justifiable. So I was surprised by Cain - for a long time I had not seen a Solo play so convincing, so unique, so real.... (more...)
innovation will not destroy this wonderful play of Beckett's. The play will always remain true to its core, the words themselves will not change - it's a question of where the director will choose to sail in his or her imagination...... (more...)