Postal Delivery to God

The Dybbuk

From the reviews:


It’s a real convincing, exciting theatrical occurrence. It presents a fascinating adaptation and creative original direction.”


The play takes place in a shelter which turns to a synagogue. The audiences sit beside long tables on which there is traditional Jewish food such as wine for Kiddush and “Hallot” (kind of bread).

The actors invite the audience to take part in the wedding dances, to hold the “Chuppa” and even to play the bridegroom….”


The achievement of this “Dybbuk” is that the play doesn’t take place in front of us, but among us. The struggles are inward, and we take part in these struggles, each one according to his or her own life story. The “Dibbuk” didn’t happen long ago but it is here and now, in each one of us.”   


 (Rivka raz, Terminal magazine no. 32, Sep 2007)


Twenty Two Pictures

From the reviews:


“A very sensitive play… surprising poetry.”

(Shay Bar Ya’cov, “Yediot achronot”)


“Actresses who succeed in exciting the audience and give them a deep and true experience.”

(Judges team of Acre Festival)                                                         


“A rare glance to a hidden world”