Posts Tagged: Cameri Theatre of Tel Aviv
A political/historical drama about the tragic negotiations conducted by the Jewish community in Hungary during World War II with Adolph Eichmann, head of the Gestapo unit 4-B on rescuing the remains of European Jewry. Winner of “Play of The Year” award (1985) The play was published in English in the anthology “Israeli Holocaust Drama” edited by… Read more
A political drama about the scandal created by the Israeli intelligence services that hired an American Jew employed by the American navy to spy for Israel. The story is told from Pollard’s point of view in jail, and his wife’s point of view, tied to her bed, in a mental hospital in Israel.
A political drama about the right-wing settlers in the West Bank who oppose the peace treaty between Israel and the Palestinian Authority and blow up the holy mosques in Jerusalem to sabotage it.
In 1934 a series of secret meetings was held in London between two bitter adversaries in the Zionist movement: from the Left, David Ben-Gurion, and from the Right, Ze’ev Jabotinsky, the revered Revisionist movement leader. The aim of the meetings was reconciliation between the two rival movements, preventing the secession of Jabotinsky’s movement from the… Read more
On the 100’th birthday of Abraham Goldman, one of the first settlers in “Givat Yehushua”, his family gathered to celebrate. The next morning Goldman is found in critical condition after being poisoned. The struggle to reveal the truth about his life and death becomes a struggle for the fate of the land. The play… Read more