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“The truth requires that the festival be called the Festival of Dimness and not the Festival of Light.”
Singer says performing and also visiting ‘Palestine’ ‘is my action’
Gal Sabo's Triptych, Israeli theater's sole representative at this year's festival, explores the clash between the burning desire of three Israeli women for social acceptance and approval.
Within a couple of days I managed to see 18 performances in four venues, including some in the archaeology wing of the Israel Museum. Hopefully, the ones I missed will thrive elsewhere.
By ORA BRAFMAN
Atamna Ismaeel is used to breaking barriers. She has a PhD in microbiology and was the first Arab to win Master Chef, which she did in 2014.
By LINDA GRADSTEIN
US Drummer Matt Wilson headlines this year’s Jerusalem Jazz Festival.
By BARRY DAVIS
Documentary on Dr. Ruth also set to premiere at festival next year.
By AMY SPIRO
There are three days of shows lined up in Jerusalem, and one day (November 9) in Tel Aviv – at The Zone club and Abraham Hostel.
The festival, from November 8 to 10, will include activities for the whole family.
By MEITAL SHARABI
"There was never anything else I wanted to do."
By HANNAH BROWN
One hundred artists from Israel and around the world the world have collaborated on more than 60 interactive exhibitions, films, concerts, workshops, installations, performances and talks.
More than 500 join in the celebration of nature's candy.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Thirty one harpists under the age of 36 from across the globe, including from Finland, the United States, France, Israel, China and South Africa will engage in a musical battle, through four stages.
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