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Yotam is a bit special boy, he doesn't talk to anyone.
And it's not because he doesn't want to, for them it just doesn't really work out.
They took him to all the specialists to be checked, but no one found out why he was silent.
Until one day Grandfather Zarakh brought "Moon" to Yotam from Jerusalem.
Who is "Moon"?
and how he became a friend,
that only with him Yotam is able to speak?
And what happened to Yotam and Moon in teacher Shulamit Vardimon's class?
The class teacher and language teacher, math, gymnastics and ... theater?
And how in the end a little girl named Shemesh (Sun) saved the day?
You can see all this in a funny and light rhyme show
that you will teach the children about the subject of "acceptance". To know how to accept the other.
Sometimes to compromise, to know that others also have feelings
And sometimes they are also full of concerns.Read more
When Itzik, a teenager, falls in love with the class queen who hangs out with the guys in the park, he faces social pressure to drink. Following the difficulty to decide what to do, and his attempts to cope, Itzik discovers his inner strength, that "boundary within" that allows him to withstand the pressure of society. The show touches on the problem of alcohol among the youth in a young and rhythmic way and conveys an important social message through a special theatrical language.
The play was presented for the first time in December 2012 and since then has been used as an educational tool in many schools throughout Beer Sheva, and has been included in many programs in the city's high schools.Read more
The show was inspired by the movie "The Will Hunting Story" for which Matt Damon and Ben Affleck won an Oscar. The script was adapted for today's Israel in order to bring it closer to the audience. This is the story of a boy with a unique and hidden talent who lives in a society where he feels that in order to be accepted he must hide his talent, in an unconventional way the hidden talent in him is revealed and forces him to face the conflict between social acceptance and realizing his potential.
The rhythmic show speaks to the audience at eye level, uses contemporary music, lighting, movement and acting in order to convey the story and message in an experiential way that will move and make the audience laugh and make them identify with the heroRead more
A couple of friends sit down for a meal together, travel together, talk on the phone, meet each other's families and drink coffee together. An average pair of friends, normal and ordinary.
Only one is Jewish and the other Bedouin. Will this friendship continue to exist despite the cultural difference?
The strength of this show is its honesty and relevance. The text meets each of us, in the human and burning places of our lives. On the one hand, a crazy reality in which every person is measured by name, appearance, and bank account. On the other hand, a cross-cultural friendship that connects through art puts the flag aside and makes room for a brave friendship.
Second, the opportunity to work with two young and talented actors who come from completely different disciplines both in theater and in their approach to life but are identical in their approach to any person.Read more
The show is a comedy, but beyond that - the show touches on an important topic and puts at the center a topical message about the choice of extremism. Or as Sophocles calls it, "excessive".
Extremism goes against life itself and hence the destruction inherent in it. While life is characterized by its complexity and the many faces of the human experience in it, extremism is absolute and uncompromising. The inability to compromise is the source of the inherent destruction within any extreme concept. Extremism and intransigence when it comes to accepting the other is also the one that leads to violence, ruptures and destruction in our living environment. Pnina loves her cat more than life itself. Who killed her cat? Was it an accident? Pearl will really want to know when she gets back from her slaughterhouse bombing spree and her revenge on the meat dealers. A crazy bloody comedy that deals with extremism and idealism that has turned into fanaticism.
Does the goal justify the means?
An energetic play inspired by the playwright Martin McDonagh, in the unique visual language of the 'Ayit' Ensemble and combining video art, original music and unique lighting.Read more
The show is a comedy, but beyond that - the show touches on an important topic and puts at the center a topical message about the choice of extremism. Or as Sophocles calls it, "excessive".
Extremism goes against life itself and hence the destruction inherent in it. While life is characterized by its complexity and the many faces of the human experience in it, extremism is absolute and uncompromising. The inability to compromise is the source of the inherent destruction within any extreme concept. Extremism and intransigence when it comes to accepting the other is also the one that leads to violence, ruptures and destruction in our living environment. Pnina loves her cat more than life itself. Who killed her cat? Was it an accident? Pearl will really want to know when she gets back from her slaughterhouse bombing spree and her revenge on the meat dealers. A crazy bloody comedy that deals with extremism and idealism that has turned into fanaticism.
Does the goal justify the means?
An energetic play inspired by the playwright Martin McDonagh, in the unique visual language of the 'Ayit' Ensemble and combining video art, original music and unique lighting.
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It all starts in Naples: Don Carlo, a respectable businessman and a widower, wants very much to marry his only daughter, the feminist Juliet, but she wants no one and no one really wants her.
Don Carlo is already discouraged, until one morning Salvatore Barzi, the hypochondriac insurance agent, knocks on the door - with a marriage proposal. Don Carlo will not let this opportunity slip away. The only problem that comes up is the vow he made to his late wife Esperanza (who keeps reminding him of it from her picture on the wall) and the promise that he won't marry Giulietta to someone she isn't interested in. When Salvatore's identical twin brother, Franco, arrives with news about the business - Juliet falls in love with him.
From this point begins a comedy of errors that is hilarious to the point of tears.
The same story that began in Naples continues with a change in Brooklyn; The names change, but the plot continues: Don Carlo is now Y. Karlobach the "great" and Juliet is already Judith-Leah in ultra-Orthodox Brooklyn of the early 20th century.
The plot ends in the present in Caesarea "Development" in the house of the oligarch Karlov, formerly Karlobach, formerly Don Carlo. Same plot, same characters, three periods and one match.Read more
Simona, the mother of the family, is affected by anxiety from the "Tzuk Eitan" period, addicted to Argentinian telenovelas and especially to the telenovela "Hug Me Forever Patricio", and her moral and difficult husband today Yanko, discover that their only son, the unemployed and discouraged Hezi, stole a toaster from "Superzol Avi" the local supermarket . Shocked by the act, they confront Hezi in the middle of the night after he returns from another night of entertainment only to discover that he "on the way" also stole a bag containing five hundred thousand dollars.
Now they are in a moral dilemma whether to return the money or not?
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After her husband abandoned her and disappeared, Amira, a single mother, lives with her two teenage children in Be'er Sheva in the late seventies and barely makes a living from odd jobs. She keeps the pride of her little family and tries to get her children excited about life. But Sharon, who works at the factory, runs away from his house at any time to the movie theater, where he finds solace. Laura, his sister, who has a leg deformity, shuts herself up and sails through imaginations related to her collection of small glass animals, it is the glass Beaver.
When Ron's co-worker comes over for dinner, all the family's dreams are drained to him but he leaves the family in a state of disappointment trapped in their illusions.
A moving poetic drama about the illusion of freedom and the illusion of love, about our roots and memories. One of the most loved and performed plays by Tennessee Williams, one of the most important playwrights of all time, in the Be'er Sheva style which illuminates the classic play in a new and original light.Read more
It is a unique meeting between Ibsen's iconic text and its inspiration and the stage language of the ensemble. The classic play receives a visual and contemporary modern adaptation that makes it more relevant than ever. In the world of social networks, media and ratings in the spiritual "wilderness" of the 21st century, empty and barren, the "Ibsenian" horror from the social scandal of the late 19th century finds a threatening parallel in the form of "Shaming" on the networks. In a world where appearance is everything, being denounced online can and has resulted in the loss of many. Heda, a "media star", the daughter of a dead general, finds herself "stuck" in an unhappy marriage, struck by the boredom and "Instagram" emptiness that characterizes our time, and lacking a purpose in life, she is swept away by jealousy, impulsiveness and a sense of self-worth combined with confused ideas about Beauty and an aesthetic ideal for a whirlwind of actions that brings it to an end. Heda's tragedy, which takes place in 36 hours, is a tragedy of our time now, fast, viral and deadly. By using video projections, in dialogues between filmed characters and "alive" and synchronized interaction between the "filmed" and the "living", a blurring of boundaries between the virtual world, the world of screens and social networks and the real world in which Heda exists, is created on stage, the virtual world takes over threatening and pushing You went to the bitter end.Read more
A play based on Yoram Kaniuk's book "The Last Jew"

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A modern visual adaptation based on the classic book by Ernest Hemingway.Read more
The masterpiece of the Fringe Theater, which tells the story of a gray clerk's mental illness.
Winner of the May Award this year at the 2015 Golden Hedgehog Ceremony
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