Oh les filles, oh les filles…
Motivation Zéro titille l’armée israélienne à travers le regard de soldates peu glorieuses des services de secrétariat. Une comédie noire et subversive à souhait
By MICHAL LEVERTOV
A roller-coaster season
“The last 50 days [of Operation Protective Edge] have changed us all, and you could see it at Contact Point: almost 5,000 people came, but the atmosphere was one of reserve, of restraint.”
By PEGGY CIDOR
This week in Jerusalem: Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs
After almost 13 years without a chief rabbi, Jerusalem will finally hold elections for the position on October 21.
By PEGGY CIDOR
Sondheim’s song and dance
With 11 performances of ‘A Little Night Music,’ the J-Townplayhouse troupe is tackling the New Yorker composer’s music with aplomb.
By BARRY DAVIS
Rolling through summer
The House of Wheels offered summertime fun for children and teens with disabilities.
By Miriam Kates Lock
Representing Israel with pride
US-born track star Donald Sanford gifts his recent medal to ‘the State of Israel and its citizens, mainly its soldiers.’
By ALLON SINAI
Theater Review: Ghosts
Classic works are so called because their content pertains to the human condition, and that applies from age to age.
By HELEN KAYE
A new day for dance
Twelve original works by 14 current company members (and potentially future great choreographers) will be premiered during the evening, titled “Another Day.”
By ORI J. LENKINSKI
Rapping to peace – local artists Sagol 59 and SAZ join global effort
Veteran Jerusalem-based rapper Sagol 59 (Khen Rotem), known as the “Israeli godfather of hip hop,” will team up with SAZ to perform together and separately at the event organized by the MasterPeace.
By DAVID BRINN
Delving into Delft
Hundreds of traditional blue and white Dutch tiles and ceramics are on display at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.
By GRAHAM LAWSON