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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.
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.
By BARRY DAVIS
Goshen, who is one of Israel’s most popular singer-songwriters, wrote and performed several original songs for the movie, which will open all over Israel on October 25.
By HANNAH BROWN
In its eighth year, IndieCity, which is supported by the Jerusalem Municipality’s Young People’s Authority, has become one of the linchpins of the Israeli indie scene,
Elad Schechter’s dance festival transplants shows into the nooks and crannies of the market.
By ORI J. LENKINSKI
Festival season started with an unusual pairing featuring Uros Peric.
By JENNIFER GREENBERG
By SARAH HERSHENSON
Whereas some synagogues in Jerusalem have very few young people among their congregants, all three synagogues under the roof of the Great Synagogue have multigenerational congregations.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
The Red Couch, an award-winning dance-theater will be presented at the Acre International Fringe Theater Festival
Eleven cancellations racked up ahead of Meteor Festival, but show will go on with close to 50 international acts.
By AMY SPIRO
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