February 7, 2018
צילום: שלומית כרמלי

Hanoch Levin’s classic that tells the story of two friends, Yaacoby and Leidental, who are fighting each other for a drop of respect in a world without dignity, and for a drop of happiness in a world without happiness.

Hanoch Levin’s classic that tells the story of two friends, Yaacoby and Leidental, who are fighting each other for a drop of respect in a world without dignity, and for a drop of happiness in a world without happiness as well as for the kindness of Ruth Shachash, or as she calls herself “Big Tucehs”, is receiving a new adaptation by director Yonatan Esterkin and a young and up-to-date production that emphasizes both the existential philosophical foundations of the text and its theatrical elements.

This is a production that was specially made especially for the 10th International Theater Festival at the Cameri Theater.

The production stars Kinneret Limoni, Eran Mor and David Shaul.

Set design: Aya Ben Asher Bach
Costume Design: Dafna Peretz
Music by Alex Kagan
Pianist: Michael Kanner

More details about the production and tickets purchasing at The Cameri site.

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