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Israeli theater requests security escort abroad

Tel Aviv’s Cameri asks for Shin Bet protection on Balkans tour; play based on the massacre of 1,600 Polish Jews

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Hair / Ayelet Dekel, MidnightEast

Let me rave about the Cameri Theatre production of Hair, because director Moshe Kepten really got it right

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Ivanov / Ayelet Dekel, MidnightEast

The concept of Chekhov’s gun argues against excess, as expressed by the writer in a letter to fellow playwright Aleksandr Lazarev in 1889:  “One must not put a loaded rifle on the stage if no one is thinking of firing it.” One might well view the Cameri Theatre’s production of Ivanov through this prism. Adapted and translated by Arthur Kogan and Itay Tiran, the play is directed by Kogan and features Tiran as the title character Nikolai Ivanov.

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Gorodish / Helen Kaye, JPost

He was the youngest Brigadier General in the IDF and on the fast track for promotion. He was everybody’s hero after the 1967 Six Day War. He was also arrogant, capricious and a bully.

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Gorodish / Ayelet Dekel, Midnight East

Gorodish is a profoundly moving and thought provoking play based on the life story of Shmuel “Gorodish” Gonen, hailed as a hero after the Six Day War, and vilified for his failures as Chief of the Southern Command during the Yom Kippur War

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Loving Shakespeare at the Cameri

It’s not every night that one can spend an intimate evening with Hamlet, Richard II, and Richard III. Itay Tiran and Omri Nitzan opened the Cameri Theatre’s Shakespeare Festival with Loving Shakespeare: a glimpse behind the scenes of Cameri productions from the perspective of actor and director, respectively,  as well as monologues from the plays and video clips of select scenes.  

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For first time, Hanoch Levin play performed in the

An older man in the audience, in traditional dress, attracted the attention of actor Guy Elhanan. It was last month, during a performance in a Moroccan city, by local actors, of the late Israeli playwright Hanoch Levin’s “Krum.” On stage, the funeral of Krum’s friend Tugati was taking place. An actor began chanting, in the melody and accent of Moroccan Jews, the ancient Aramaic words of...  

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Age of Aquarius at the Cameri Theatre

It’s the dawning of the Age of Aquarius – Israeli style. A new production of Hair, in the one and only Ehud Manor translation to Hebrew, will premiere at the Cameri Theatre on January 7, 2015, directed by Moshe Kepten. Why Hair? Why now? To use 60s, jargon – is this still relevant?  

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Cameri Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It – Marj

In William Shakespeare’s comedy, As You Like It, the Forest of Arden is a place of the imagination, a place where it is possible to imagine that life will be “as you like it,” a place where dreams come true and lovers unite. The forest is a hiding place, a place to run away from troubles, and in it, too, to run toward one’s true self. The theatre provides a similar kind of escape, a diversion that can lead to discovery. Levan Tsuladze, Artistic Director of The Marjanishvili State Drama Theatre, ...

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Grande dame of Israeli theater dies

Ohad Shahar, fellow actor at the Cameri Theater, says that her image will stand out for many years to come.

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Actress Hanna Maron Dies at 90

Well-known actress Hanna Maron, who held a Guinness record for longest career as a theatrical actress, dies in Tel Aviv.  

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А жить-то хочется

И снова - встреча с театром. На этот раз - премьера. То есть тот самый случай, когда и хочется и колется... С одной стороны - неизвестно, что там и как, ведь пока еще никто не видел. С другой стороны - страшно интересно первой посмотреть и составить собственное, не замутненное чужими отзывами, мнение. А я, признаться, люблю такие риски! Да чего там, была - не была!  Не корову же покупаю, в самом деле...

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Ghetto: Remembering Hungary’s deported Jews throug

Yehoshua Sobol’s play “Ghetto,” perhaps the most famous Israeli play about the Holocaust, will open in Hungary next month, to mark 70 years since the deportation of the country’s Jews. Omri Nitzan, the director of the play and the artistic director of the Cameri Theater, will be with us.

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Polish playwright confronts WWII past: 'You have t

'Our Class’ by Tadeusz Slobodzianek is performed brilliantly in joint Cameri-Habima production.  

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A funny thing happened on the way to the studio –

The musical play “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” is opening tomorrow at the Cameri Theatre. We speak to Chet Walker, the show’s choreographer.  

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