VIDEO: Batsheva gears up to celebrate jubilee year

The internationally acclaimed Israeli dance company’s artistic director, Ohad Naharin, talks to JPostTV News about ‘Gaga’, boycott, and why relying on mirrors is a mistake.

By CAMILLA SCHICK
April 9, 2014 01:56
Batsheva Dance Company

Batsheva Dance Company. (photo credit: CAMILLA SCHICK)

 
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This year Batsheva turns fifty. To celebrate its jubilee, over the next four months the internationally acclaimed Israeli dance company is reviving three award-winning works - ‘Mamootot’, ‘Max’, and ‘Naharin's Virus’ - choreographed by their renowned artistic director Ohad Naharin.


 






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