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Hamlet

The question whether to revenge or not to revenge (his father’s death), how, when or if at all, becomes the question of “to be or not to be” – doubt and delays of action are the tools to contemplation and resolve.

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Woyzeck

The show takes place in the doctor’s laboratory, which is a joint enterprise with the army, where Woyzeck serves. The soldiers are medical students.

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Romeo and Juliet

In this production, I chose to multiply the protagonists (4 couples) in order to emphasize Romeo and Juliet’s characters as essences rather than as psychological entities.

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The Bible Project

The biblical text as it was written. The adaptation is done in short and sometimes the sequence of events is altered to give a different perspective on the event. For example, “Genesis” and the Ten Commandments conclude Part I.

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Mythos

The adaptation consists of a selection of Greek plays dealing with the house of Atreus, a royal family in conflict with its fate, which forces on it a chain of revengeful acts.

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Three Sisters

This play is an invitation to re-examine theatre in a different way – how to construct the human events that are weaved in the narrative’s fabric, and how to endow it with the experience of Time – objective and subjective time – that is, Time that is indifferent to out lives’ affairs and keeps moving on.

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The Dybuk

Any religion whatsoever persuades the believer there is only one course to redemption, and all other ways are wrong.

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Herzl

A playwright who invented a state. Hungarian by birth, Jewish by religion, Austrian by citizenships, and a would-be Prussian nobleman by his own aspiration.

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Krapp’s last tape

In an era when more than ever it’s all about documenting and being documented, Krapp could be any one of us.

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Exit the King

The eternal recurring questions are: How to die? When to die? Who decides our death? How to define the moment when a person is regarded by the living as good as dead?

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Peer Gynt

The adaptation’s storyline begins with old Peer Gynt on top of a ship in a stormy sea. He’s returning, destitute, to his homeland after 50 years of wandering.

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Endgame

What is man? What is life? These are the questions asked here, on the finish line of life. We watch the trickle of sand in the hourglass.

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Timon of Athens

In the stage adaptation, apart from reducing roles due to cuts in the ensemble’s budget, we tried to focus on those characters who lead the movement towards Timon’s downfall and madness.

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