Posts Tagged: A-genre

How’s the Beast? (Eyal Weiser)

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 Eyal Weiser’s “How’s the Beast?” features three new fictional artists – a Polish choreographer, a German-Israeli artist, and an Israeli performance artist. Working against the backdrop of Operation Protective Edge, the artists each create an artwork in response to an article published in the summer of 2014 in a German newspaper, which expressed concerns regarding… Read more

And Noting More (Eyal Weiser)

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Vetu-Lo

 “And No More” – Israeli Political Satirical Cabaret (Under Construction)  The show was developed in the theatre department of the Tel-Aviv University, It is made up of 7 sketches that all together combine to one satirical cabaret. The characters in it stand on the border between the utopic dream for a sane life on this piece of earth… Read more

Mein Jerusalem (Eyal Weiser)

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 A Memorial ceremony commemorating the professional and personal highpoints of a fictional German photographer on her journey towards a sense of belonging, following her wish to experience the “here and now”. It is a farewell tour of a woman who asked to leave her past behind and move forward to a present, actual existence; to… Read more

Smiley (Eyal Weiser)

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Shufra

Set in a new age empowerment workshop, Smiley , is a series of sexually-charged monologues that also transforms into an interactive experience with the audience. Each character reveals the lives of young adults – exposing their lives on the internet, in bars or inside themselves – struggling with situations, emotions and identities from which you,… Read more

This is The Land (Eyal Weiser)

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“This is the Land” is a scripted, fictitious, directed festival, which wishes to pose a response to the Zionist Creation award Initiated by the Minister of Culture in October 2011, its aim is to provide limitless artistic space to rethink and re-examine the concept of Zionism for those artists who were turned down by the… Read more