Art & Culture
- Written by GPO
Chanukah ("dedication" in Hebrew) is celebrated this year from sunset tomorrow (Tuesday), 12 December, until sunset onWednesday, 20 December. The festival commemorates both the 164 BCE rededication of the Second Temple in Jerusalem after its desecration by the ruling Seleucid (Syrian Greek) Kingdom, under Antiochus IV – and the re-establishment of religious freedom for the Jewish people after a period of harsh repression.
- Written by Silvia G Golan
Following the successful world premiere shows last month, the new English On Stage comedy is headed to Tel Aviv!
Inconceivable: The Totally True One-Woman Semi-Fertile Quasi-"Musical"
A comedic one-woman stage performance incorporating stand-up, music, and various props, performed by an American professional actress. This performance is in English, suitable for women and men, adult audiences only.
Taking a hilarious and honest look at the complexity of modern infertility, this comedic solo show is insightful, moving, absurd, and compelling. Everyone can relate to this performance. Experienced, written, and performed by Meirav Zur, everything seen in this production is amazingly and amusingly true.
Read what audiences have been saying:
Wednesday, December 27, 20:30 (8:30 PM), at Habima National Theater, 2 Sderot Tarsat, Tel Aviv.
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Israel's professional English-language theater, English On Stage,new stage production . The show's title, "Inconceivable: The totally true one-woman semi-fertile quasi-'musical'", quite simply says it all. Taking an honest look at the complexity of modern infertility, this comedic solo show is insightful, moving, absurd, and compelling.
Experienced, written, and performed by Meirav Zur, everything seen in this production is amazingly and amusingly true.
Styling: Wendy Lehmann
Dramaturgy: Natalie Feinstein
Photo Meirav Zur
- Written by Pamela Hickman
Ensemble PHOENIX is about to offer concert-goers some rare gems in “Of Love and Sin”, a program which will be performed in Haifa, Tel Aviv and Jerusalem this month.
- Written by Silvia G Golan
The Holiday of Holidays Festival December 14-23, in Haifa
A Haifaite intercultural celebration of music, tastes, scents, interactive presentations, exhibitions, activities for children, and more
- Written by Amal, Yafa and Yuval ( DebateforPeace )
On Friday November 17th, the Musa Eretz Israel Museum, together with the Embassy of the Republic of Cyprus in Israel, held a joint event to mark the opening of a new exhibition at the museum. The exhibition, titled “Cyprus, the Art of Life,” featured works of art and other notable artifacts collected during 1946-1949 by Jews fleeing from Europe who had been detained in Cyprus by British authorities.