Photography: Gadi Dagon
Program A – 7 pm
Osnat Kelner / Avoda MeHabayit (Work from Home)
A musical look at life in the age of multi-tasking – A shiny recommendation for the serving of parental routine.
The show is comprised of the contents of a young mother’s purse.
Created by: Osnat Kelner
With: Moran Yizhaki Abergel, Shani Tamari, Rut Valensi, Osnat Kelner
Music: Karl Oraf
Anat Yaffe / Says No!
The starting point for the piece was this feeling of frustration I have towards this age of progress in which we live in. Next to the convenience, the speed and amazing technical advancement in our lives, I find great atrophy, loss of privacy, and mostly, a loss of peace and quiet. Few are the moments a man has to himself.
As if we sold our soul for progress.
In my own life I try to make decisions, navigate and take only what I need, but by the end of the day I feel that there isn’t really a choice. I was born into this and carry with me a very special and unstable type of burden.
Choreographed and Performed by: Annat Yaffe
Original Compositions: Shmulik Sternfeld
Costume Design: Anna Mirkin
Props Designed and Built by: Idan Stern and Anat Yaffe
Yoni Sutahi / A Reckless Song of Lament
What if you wake up one day at age 65 or 75
And discover that you have never made your fantasies come true
That you’ve never experienced great satisfaction
That you’ve never crossed your own lines
That you didn’t lose yourself and find yourself again
That you let them dictate how you should live your life, who to be, how much you should love, and when to stop
Choreography: Yoni Sutahi
Performed by: Dean Malka, Dana Sappir, Meitar Basson, Yoni Sotchi
Music by: Shmulik Sternfeld
Styling: Nimrod Peled
Program B – 8:30 pm
Orin Yohanan / With no blood relation to the world
A Small Space Between Her and I
And lots of quiet.
We don’t belong
And is also not a luxury.
Electrically charged in the space,
Falls apart into many tiny pieces
Where the sparkles sparkle.
With no blood relation to the world.
Created by: Orin Yohanan
Performing Dancers: Noa Rosenthal and Orin Yohanan
Original Compositions: Gal Hochberg
Costume Design: Orin Yohanan
Embroidery: Lea Yohanan
Guy Shmoroni and Yaniv Avraham / Kuntz
A short story about friendship, distractions, air compression, moods and a hidden presence temporarily residing in the space. Sometimes guests, respecting what already exists, and sometimes runs over whatever is in her way with the aim of being the main source of information, telling a story that could not have been uncovered any other way.
Performing Choreographers: Guy Shomroni, Yaniv Avraham
Costume Design: Doron Ashkenazi
Music Editor: Guy Shomroni, Eyal Dadon
Music: John Zorn, Wanda Group, Oren Ambarchi, Mr. Carmack. Carmack, Spread Your Legs Wide
Program C – 9:30 pm
Odelia Kuperberg / Ta Imunim (Practice Cell)
When our threshold of stimulation rises
it is difficult to tickle the foundations
We are all looking to feel.
Where the emotion is bared, we disconnect immediately-
we are all looking to win, to control.
As an experiment in human beings, I bring the dancers to extreme physical positions,
and examine the relationship between the thresholds of physical and emotional stimulation.
Is there a common denominator between the physical challenge and the emotional manipulation.
The empirical assumption is that something hurts when you are not feeling.
Choreography: Odelia Kuperberg
Music: Didi Erez
Dancers: Nizan Moshe, Yaacov Pilzur
Scenic and Costume Design: Dina Konson
Gil Karer / Beineinu (Between Us)
The piece deals with the need to simplify issues and resolve them in light of their perceived complexity. It features a couple dealing with a yearning for a sense of connection, as opposed to a feeling of separation and isolation. Within the mixture of feelings of suspense, connection, loneliness and compassion they attempt to find and blaze new trails. In some ways the piece is about intimacy, the things that hold it back and those that allow it to become more and more available.
Dancers: Gil Karer and Ayala Frankel
Costume Designer: Lenn Buchman
Soundtrack: Uri Avni
Content Development and Consulting: Anat Zederbaum