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August 13, 2014 17:51

The Tel Aviv-based Malenki Theater company is staging one-man show ‘Orpheus in the Metro,’ for second time.


The play is about an unnamed man who stalks women in the Paris subway system.. (photo credit:Courtesy)

The Malenki Theater company doesn’t mess around. If you’re looking for light entertainment, something to pass an hour or two with some fun and mostly mindless offering, you’d best be looking elsewhere.

The troupe first set up for business in 1997, shortly after Igor Berezin, the company’s founder and director, made aliya from the former Soviet Union. Berezin took his first giant step for theatrical mankind when he decided that Malenki was going to work in Hebrew. That was despite the fact that the first bunch of actors were Russian speakers and that, at the time, Berezin himself had, at best, a sketchy command of Hebrew.


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