A one-woman comedy: A woman trying to begin a new phase in life laughs at herself, at the Ethiopian community and at Israel. The play ranges from stand-up comedy to drama. The actress speaks candidly and humorously about stigmas and preconceived ideas in Israeli society, as well as her personal desire for a partner. The play is performed in the style of physical theater and includes clowning segments without worlds.
Script and direction: Moshe Malka; actress and co-creator: Tehila Yeshayahu-Adghe; music: Adi Hayyat; set design and costumes: Gili Azran; lighting design: Nehoray Levidor; stage assistant: Nir Landa
Wednesday, 12.6.19, 20:30