jerusalem theater

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
Jerusalem – A city of music and masques

After 45 years of enjoying the sophisticated London Arts scene, I was afraid that Jerusalem would turn out to be somewhat of a backwater.

By ROBERT HERSOWITZ
28/06/2019
Shakespeare in the balance

The core of the play’s story line centers on a British monarch who misses a trick or two when looking to bequeath his rule to his offspring.

08/06/2019
Clowning about… seriously

Swiss performer Martin Zimmermann blurs the lines between the inanimate and the living in ‘Hallo’

06/06/2019
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
Unsettling discovery: ‘In a Stranger’s Grave’

When one’s Jewish identity is suddenly stripped away, what is the price of cleaving to one’s convictions in the face of authority?

By YAKIR FELDMAN
16/05/2019
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

TWO MEMBERS of the cast from ‘Cabaret.’
Life is still a ‘Cabaret’

The beloved Broadway musical comes to Jerusalem’s AACI stage.

By ARIEL DOMINIQUE HENDELMAN
12/11/2018
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