Gesher goes English

The ever-adventurous Gesher theater is tackling the most British of playwrights, Noel Coward.

By HELEN KAYE
December 7, 2005 08:28
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The ever-adventurous Gesher theater is tackling the most British of playwrights, Noel Coward. His sophisticated comedy "Design for Living" is the story of a frolicsome, talented and unconventional threesome, Leo (Yehezkel Lazarov), Otto (Israel Demidov) and Gilda (Efrat Ben-Zur), whose romantic relationships are "a three-sided erotic hodgepodge" as one character puts it. Coward himself played Leo when the play debuted on Broadway in 1933. The Gesher production, directed by Lena Kreindlin will open January 14 at the Gesher Theater in Jaffa.



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