A Horse Walks Into A Bar | David Grossman
Dovaleh G’s standup comedy performance in a basement in Netanya’s industrial zone spirals out of control and takes a spine-chilling turn. In front of the audience, which includes two of his childhood friends, he carries out a searing moral stocktaking. The careening rollercoaster shifts rapidly between black humor and vitriolic satire, between loves and betrayals, longing and regrets. In standup comedy – as in life – everything is possible. This evening, which is also Dovaleh’s birthday and apparently his last performance, he no longer has anything to lose.