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A story of hope,tenacity and bravery

The ballet centers on the story of Franceska Mann, the young, Jewish prima ballerina who lived in Poland before the war, Timofeyeva explained.

By SARAH HERSHENSON
28/08/2019

A cypress tree with Mazal

“Painting is easier than learning to write the letter G as a six-year-old.”

By LIANE GRUNBERG
04/07/2019

Sounds good – and looks good, too

“Music is a living medium formed between people at a given moment, in a unique form. It comes into being at a particular time and in a spontaneous manner.”

30/05/2019
SWEDEN’S CULLBERG Dance Company will perform ‘Figure a Sea’ by Deborah Hay

58th Israel Festival continues to grow more Israeli

Lineup includes Itim, Clipa and Zik Theaters, Gilad Kahana’s ‘Beats Per Second’

By HELEN KAYE , BARRY DAVIS
01/04/2019
A SCENE FROM ‘The kite runner’

Theater review: The kite runner

Kite Runner demonstrates the metastatic evil of prejudice.

By HELEN KAYE
20/11/2018
A SCENE from ‘Return of the Hero’ with Jean Dujardin and Melanie Laurent

Funny in French

Oh La La film festival finds France’s funniest films

Khan takes on a young look

The “Kimat Mukhan” project is a play on words inferring the embryonic nature of the performers’ artistic development and work.

26/09/2018

Shakespeare comes to life in Jerusalem Public Theater’s ‘As You Like It’

There is a new English-speaking theater group in town, and for its first act it is proving that Shakespeare is fun.

By YAKIR FELDMAN
18/06/2018

Excuse me, Mr. President

The AACI brings Stephen Sondheim’s ‘Assassins’ to Jerusalem

By ARIEL DOMINIQUE HENDELMAN
17/02/2018
A scene from HBO’s documentary film The Number on Great-Grandpa’s Arm

Top 10 things to do: Haute couture

Our recommendations for the top 10 things to do this week

By JPOST.COM STAFF
25/01/2018
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