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Playing tonight | 29.4

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29.4 | 21:00 | Approx. 1 hour and 30 minutes (without intermission)
Kineret Kineret

By: Nathan Alterman
Director: Shir Goldberg | Adaptation and Editing: Shahar Pinkas

The year is 1912. A group of young people settles next to lake Kineret in order to build a new and better world. Economic difficulties, A member who was killed, a single tractor which has broken down and a group member who isput on trial for dishonest money handelling. The first born baby of the group cries In the background. This is the first play written by one of the great hebrew poets, which combines a love trio and a story about priciples and a burning pioneering spirit and of days one by and people who were satisfied with little and believed in their power to create a new society.

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"The play is infused with vivid imagery, song and playful movement… we are swept away by this dream come to life. The theatrical language of this production is so creative, fun and communicative… a magnificent work of ensemble acting"
(Ayelet Dekel, Midnight East)


"That play handles the classic text professionally. Shir Goldberg proves her perfectionism and it’s a pleasure to watch. That was one of the best shows I has saw lately"
(Noa Goren, Playstosee - International Theatre Reviews)

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The Jerusalem Khan Theatre is the major creative repertory theatre in Jerusalem.

The theatre maintains a permanent company of actors and is committed to produce 5-6 new critically acclaimed plays each season, in addition to its repertoire of about 12-15 ongoing productions. These include original Israeli plays, often written specifically for the ensemble, as well as classical and modern European and American plays.

It considered by arts critics to be the theatre that has generated the most groundbreaking work of the last few years. Our productions have garnered significant audience praise.

Regarded as a unique gem of the Jerusalem cultural landscape, the Khan has merited considerable recognition and appreciation and has won a number of prestigious prizes.

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