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Tours

The Cameri Theatre Tours and Performances Internationally

Between the years 1995-2015

Twenty years of Israeli

theatre around the world

 

The Cameri as ambassador of Israel in various international festivals: 

 

"A Family Story"

Written by Edna Mazya. Directed by Omri Nitzan

 Germany - National Theatre in Weimar, the Bonn Schauspielhaus and the Heidelberg Stadteater 1999, three performances in three cities.

 

"And the Rat Laughed"

Theatre in Music/ Chamber Opera

Based on the novel "And the Rat Laughed" by Nava Semel

Music by Ella Milch-Sherif

Libretto by Nava Semel and Ella Milch-Sheriff

הדטרמיניצ'י 1.Poland – The Municipal Theatre of Warsaw–  

May 2006 – Two Performances.

2.Romania – Sibiu – the Sibiu international festival for the performing arts – June 2006

Romania - the national theatre of Bucharest – June 2008.3

 

 

 

 

"Antigone"

Written by Sophocles. Directed and Adapted by Hannan Snir

Co-production with Habima theatre

1.Cyprus – International Festival of Ancient Greek Drama - in the Pepos Amphitheatre 2008

Limassol Amphitheatre – two performances. 

 2.Taiwan – the National theatre named after Chiang Kai-shek Taipei

April 2008 The first performance of an Israeli theatre in Taiwan – Two Performances.

3. Japan – the International theatre festival at the Shizuoka Performing Arts Center, Shizuoka 2008

 

"Between Two Worlds"

Written by Sara Von Schwarze. Directed by Manfred Langner

International Co-Production with Schauspielbühnen in Stuttgart

1.Germany – Stuttgart – 34 performances.

2. Israel – Tel Aviv – 140 Performances.

 

"Eyewitness"

 Written by Joshua Sobol   Directed by Paulos Meneker

Germany – 1.The Theatre der Stadt, Heidelberg;

2. Staatstheater Wiesbaden

Thalia Theatre, Hamburg .3

4.Staatstheater Stuttgart, 2005

 

"Fleischer"

Written by Yigal Even Or. Directed by Amit Gazit.

USA – New York .The Brooklyn Academy of Music, BAM  New York, 1995

 

"High Noon" – a monodrama performed by Yiftach Klein

Written by Arie Segev Directed by Shmuel Vilozny

1. USA – New York – Israel Non-Stop at the JCC Center in Manhattan February 2006 – as part of the Israel Week

2. Ukraine – Kiev Top Fest. Kiev May 2006

3. Poland – The international theatre of the performing arts Lodge October 2006

4. Germany – Thespis Monodrama Festival Kiel Germany November 2006 – first prize winner

5. Germany – Israel's Culture Festival Ulm theatre – April 2008

6. Germany – Heidelberg international theatre Festival – April 2010


"Ghetto"

Written and Directed by Joshua Sobol

Hungary – the national theatre of Budapest - The Vígszinház . The performance's purpose was to commemorate the 60th memorial to the deportation of the Jews of Hungary to the concentration camps. May 2014

 

"Gorodish"

Written and Directed by Hillel Mitlepunkt

USA –Bim Bam International Festival  May 1995

After the premiere a benefit event was organized for the society of the Friends of the Cameri in New York. Israel's I.D.F.'s chief of staff at the time, Ehud Barak, attended.

 

Hamlet" "

Written by William Shakespeare. Directed by Omri Nitzan

1.Poland – the international Shakespeare festival in Gdansk, August 2005 – Three Performances

The Former Polish President Lech Wałęsa and the Israeli ambassador to Poland attended one of the performances

2.Romania – the international Shakespeare festival – the National theatre in Bucharest May 2006 – Three Performances

 3.USA – the international Shakespeare festival March 2007 as part of the Shakespeare festival at Signature Theatre – Hamlet was the first performance at the new venue. Five Performances

4.USA – Cleveland Playhouse Ohio May 2008 – four performences

5.China – The Shakespeare Festival in Shanghai, The Shanghai Oriental Art Center March 2009 – Three Performances.

6. Russia – the international Shakespeare theatre festival at the state

Theatre of Nations in Moscow. October 2009. Three performances.

 

"High Noon" – a monodrama performed by Yiftach Klein

Written by Arie Segev Directed by Shmuel Vilozny

1. USA – New York – " Israel non-stop" at the JCC Center in Manhattan February 2006 – as part of the Israel Week

2. Ukraine – Kiev Top Fest. Kiev May 2006

3. Poland – The international theatre of the performing arts Lodge October 2006

4. Germany – Thespis Monodrama Festival Kiel Germany November 2006 – first prize winner

5. Germany – Israel's Culture Festival Ulm theatre – April 2008

6. Germany – Heidelberg international theatre Festival – April 2010

 

"Murder"

Written by Hanoch Levin. Directed by Omri Nitzan

1.Italy - The Parma Festival – October 2008  - as part of the 50th Independence day celebrations to Israel.

2. Germany -  National Theatre in Weimar, theater Bonn Schauspielhaus and the Heidelberg Stadteater, Germany, April 1997- Three performances in three different cities.

 

Mythos" – Ensemble Itim"

Directed by:  Rina Yerushalm

 USA - Lincoln Center, New York 2003

-          Three performances

 

"Naomi"

Written and adapted by Rubi Porat Shoval and Yoni Lahav

Directed by Zechria Tubi.

1.USA – Village gate- NYC May 1995 – One Performance

2. Stanhope Hotel NYC - The Event and Benefit was organized with the assistance of Mrs. Lea Rabin. May 1995 – one performance

New Jersey – One Performance, May 1995 .3

4. Detroit – One performance May 1995 

5. Washington DC – The Israeli Embassy – one performance – May 1995.

 Philadelphia -  October 1994.6

7. Los Angeles – a benefit evening and a performance at UCLA

8. San Francisco -  UC San Francisco and another performance for the

Jewish Community.

            New York– Opening of the Expo Exhibition – May 1995.   .9

10. November 1995: Miami, _____, Orlando, Washington DC, Virginia, Lincoln center in New York.

11. April 1996: Chicago, Los Angeles,

England –The International Manchester Festival - November 1994.12

Belgium - The Peace Festival. December 1995 .13

 

Our Class

Written by Tadeusz Slobodzianek  Directed by: Hannan Snir

Co-Production with the Habima National Theatre

1.Macedonia – three performances.

Ohrid 18.7.15 Orhid Festival

Bitola 19.07.15 Bitola Summer Festival

Skopje 21.07.15 Skopje Festival

2. Albania  - one performance

Tirana 23.07.15

3.Montenegro – one performance

Podgorcia 26.07.15

4.Serbia – one performance

Belgrade 28.07.15 BELEF – Belgrade Summer Festival

 

Plonter" (Tangle)"

written by Yaeli Ronen with the cast. Directed by Yaeli Ronen.

1.South Africa - The Cape Town Festival March 2006 – the first performance of an Israeli Theatre in South Africa.

2.Germany -The Wiesbaden Festival 2006

3.South Korea-  The International Arts Festival, Seoul, The first  performance of an Israeli theatre in South Korea,  

4.Germany - SETT Festival, Stuttgart, 2007

 FIND Festival, Schaubuehne Berlin

5.Spain -Salamanca Festival, June 2007, Two Performances.

6.Germany Ludwigshafen Festival; October 2007 – Two Performances

7.United Kingdom BITE09 festival, Barbican, London 2009 – Six Performances

 

"Requiem"

Directed and Written by Hanoch Levin

The first tour of "Requiem" abroad May 2000 1.Greece – Athens National Theatr – The first time that an Israeli theartre performed in Hebrew in Greece – Two Performances

2.Germany -  Expo exhibition Hanover 2000

The great Opera house of  braushwing July 2000 – two performances

3. Hungary – the Europe Theatre Festival, Katona Joseph theatre Budapest November 2000 – Two Performances

4. Poland – The Municipal Theatre of Warsaw– an exchange program 2001 –

Two Performances     

5. Germany Preya Volksbühne Berlin November 2001 – as part of the Jewish culture week – Two Performances

6. Romania – Sibiu – the Sibiu international festival for the performing arts – One Performance.   

Bucharest  - The National Theatre of Romania, 2004 – the president of Romania, Mr. Alyeska attended the performance

7.China – The National Theatre of Beijing – September 2004

The first performance of an Israeli theatre in China.The theatre participated in the Chekov Festival in China.  Four performances.

8.Turkey – the national theatre of Ankara

The Istanbul Opera House – February 2006 – The first time that an Israeli theatre performed in Turkey – Two Performances. .

9.China – the People's theatre in Beijing March 2006 – 5 performances    

10. The Czeck Republic – a festival of the performing arts – Two Performances.

 Hradec Kralove June 2007. Two Performances.

11. China - The Egg Theatre 2012 – Celebrating 20 years of diplomatic relations between Israel and China – three performances at the Tiananmen Square.

12. Russia  Director's space international festival, Perm 2010 – Two Performances.

 

"Sheindale"

Written by Amnon Levy and Rami Danon. Directed by Rami Danon

Argentina - The San Martin Theatre, Buenos Aires, 1995

The Purpose of the tour was to support the Jewish community after the 2 terror attacks in the city.

Israel's Prime Minister at the time, Yitzhak Rabin was the one to initiate the idea.  Actress Orna Porat toured Argentina for 10 days doing most of the publicity and press parties. Orna spoke in a few languages: German, Yiddish and English.

The Cameri's touring company also visits the residence of the president of Argentina, Mr. Carlos Menem. 

 

Stempenyu""

Based on the tale by Shalom Aleychem. Directed by Edna Mazya and Yechezkel Lazarov

India - New Delhi International Festival for the Performing Arts, November 2012 – Two Performances

The first Israeli theatre to Perform in India – the performances marked the 20th anniversary to the Diplomatic relations between Israel and India

 

Suitcase Packers""

Written by Hanoch Levin. Directed by Udi Ben Moshe

China – Beijing - Beijing People's Art Theatre March  2013 – Two Performances.

 

The Bible Project" – 1995-1998 – Ensemble Itim "

Directed by:  Rina Yerushalmi

Sommer Theatre Festival, Hamburg 1996, 1998.1

1998 Kennedy Center.2

3. Theatre Der Welt, Berlin

4. London International Festival of Theatre (LIFT), 1999

5. Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco

 

"The Comedy of Errors"

Written by William Shakespeare.. Directed by Omri Nitzan

1. Austria The Burghtheater, Vienna,  April 1997

2.Hungary - Vigszinhaz Theatre, Budapest,  April 1997

 

"The Dybbuk"- Ensemble Itim  

Noorderzon performing arts festival, Groningen, Holand  2009

National Theatre-  Czech Republic - Prague 2010

Hellerau international festival  - Drezden  Germany 2011

 

"The Father"

Written by August Strindberg. Directed by Yossi Polak

Poland – the Four Fest Festival,  Lodge September 2007 – Two Performances.

 

"The Promised Land"

Written by Jean Claude Grumberg. Directed by Saul Turjeman

 A bilingual international co-production of the Cameri Theatre and theatre du rond-point Paris.

1.France theatre du rond-point in Paris March 2009. As part of the exchange program – 5 performances.

2.Israel – Camrei theatre, Tel Aviv – 5 performances.

Saul Turjeman directed the play in Hebrew with the Israeli cast and in French with the French cast. For a few performances, the Israeli cast performed in France and the French cast performed in Tel Aviv.

 

The Rebels

Written by Edna Mazya. Directed by Omri Nitzan

Germany - Exchange program The Frankfurt Schauspielhaus, April 2001

 

"The Return to Haifa"

Written by Boaz Gaon, based on a story by Ghassan Kanfani.

Directed by Sinai Petter.

USA – Theatre J, Washington DC – January 15-30 2011

Performance 14

 

"Trojan Women"

Based on a play by Euripides. Directed by Yukio Ninagawa,

Co-production for The Cameri Theatre and Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre, December 2012.

Twelve performances in Tokyo and eight in Tel Aviv. The performances were part of the 20th anniversary to Japan and Israel diplomatic relations

 

"Ya'acobi and Leidental"

Written by Hanoch Levin. Directed by Yosef Carmon

Poland-  The International Theatre Festival, Lodz, 2005 – two performances.

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