"We will hold hundreds of events every week to provide a livelihood for thousands of people, and medicine for the souls of tens of thousands of residents."
The performance, which will be broadcast via YouTube, Facebook and on the ICO web site, takes place this evening (Thursday) at 8 p.m.
Performing and surviving: The arts in the time of coronavirus
His name may not be instantly recognizable, but some of his work is considered an important milestone in the marketing world and, indeed, what we listen to across the musical soundboard.
The square will be able to host events attended by up to 600 people.
The amphitheater, with the ability to seat hundreds of audience members, will be set up outdoors, with seating set up in the form of capsules.
Shabtai has pulled out all the stops, putting together a high-class, wide-ranging lineup of acts that span numerous genres and styles, from jazz to indie, and from electronica to ethnic sounds.
The current cast of “Perforated Earth” includes 14 performers and three musicians.
In one of her poems, Schenfeld writes, “Word replaced movement. Threw it out the door.”
“Residents are invited to step out onto their balconies with Israeli flags, to wave, dance and rejoice, together, from their homes.”