Laughing with Levin

A tribute to Israel’s preeminent playwright comes in the form of ‘Oh Elias, Elias!’

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January 9, 2014 11:32
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Moni Moshov, Dror Keren and Lillian Barreto star in a salute to Levin during what would have been his 70th year.. (photo credit: Lillian Barreto Collection)

 
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Hanoch Levin is considered by many to be our preeminent playwright. Levin, who died in 1999 at the age of 55, would have turned 70 on December 18.

The milestone anniversary provided Moni Moshonov, Dror Keren and Lilian Barreto with a pretext for getting the Oh Elias, Elias! show on the road, as a tribute to Levin’s work and genius.

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