Penetrating dance

Choreographer Amir Kolben is returning to Jerusalem again to present his latest production, "Khadir."

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
November 17, 2005 07:44
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Choreographer Amir Kolben is returning to Jerusalem again to present his latest production, "Khadir" or "Penetrable", a show that deals with voyeurism and personal space and how they effect our daily actions. The word Khadir alludes to both permeability and space. The intimate sized audience is welcomed into the private domain of the dancers while Kolben's Kombina Dance Troupe presents a mixed media presentation of dance, theater, and video projections. The show will take place at the Gerard Behar Center in Jerusalem on November 24 at 21:00. Admission is NIS 75, for students NIS 45. Tickets are available at Gerard Bechar Tel: 02-6251139 and at Kombina offices, Tel: 02-6243365



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