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Tel Aviv’s ‘White Night’ is making a comeback

Dozens of events, both outdoors and in cultural centers, will be held throughout the night, including folk dances, theater, a street circus, musical ensembles and much more.

By Sydney Maud

Jerusalem Film Fest reveals Israeli movie lineup

The Haggiag Competition for Israeli Feature Films, which has included some of Israel’s most beloved classics over the years, will have eight movies this year.

Bavarian and Mexican film festivals to open at cinematheques

The cinema of two very different cultures will be the focus of programs at the Jerusalem and Tel Aviv cinematheques next week: the Bavaria region of Germany and Mexico.

Aida at the Israel Opera: Jackal headed, blood thirsty priests

Rather than the audience assuming the viewpoint of the Egyptians, gazing upon the spoils of war with coveting eyes, patrons were forced to watch the Egyptians.

‘Exit the King:' delightful modern absurdism

Ionesco meets 1970s rock in an Instagram-friendly adaptation by Tmuna Theater.

Grease is the word at TA Cinematheque

Neither Travolta nor Newton-John was ever better in anything and the cast includes Jeff Conaway and Stockard Channing, along with many other veteran stars.

‘Paris Boutique’ is lightweight but likable

Waching 'Paris Boutique' in the theater, you will likely be more aware of its contrivances than you would if you were seeing it at home, but it does have a few things going for it.

Plácido Domingo to perform in Tel Aviv

The 12-time Grammy winner spent three years at the beginning of his career as an opera singer in the Israeli Opera, in the 1960s.


There was more to Charlie Chaplin than the laughs

Philippe Quint will join music director-conductor Sloane at the Jerusalem Theater on Thursday (8 p.m.) for the Smile concert.

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