The 2012 Stage One Festival at Beit Avi Chai - Day 2 - April 9, 2012The 2012 Stage One Festival at Beit Avi Chai - Day 2 - April 9, 2012 - 09 April, 2012
The 2012 Stage One Festival at Beit Avi Chai - Day 2 - April 9, 2012
Jerusalem, Passover, 2012 | April 8-10, 2012
During Passover 2012, Beit Avi Chai is devoting three days to the very best of Jerusalem English-language Theater, shining a spotlight on this thriving subculture while offering a unique perspective on issues of identity and culture from both the local and international perspectives.
English-speaking theater lovers from Jerusalem and beyond are invite to take part in this unique festival.
Artistic Director of the Festival: Rafi Poch
Produced by: Tamar Akov
Day Two: April 9, 2012
Talk - A Winnipeg Jewish Theater Production
Winner of the Canadian Authors Association Literary Award
Can friendship survive politics? The lifelong friends Gordon and Josh unwittingly step into territory as yet uncharted in their friendship, and find themselves in a passionate and divisive debate that puts their relationship to the ultimate test.
Playwright: Michael Nathanson
Two performances: April 8th, 8:30 PM, April 9th, 6 PM
The Tenth Man - J.E.S.T
An old man decides to hold a Jewish exorcism in a synagogue. Convincing a young man who happens to be passing by to complete the required minyan, sparks an unusual romance...
Playwright: Paddy Chayefsky
April 9th, 8:30 PM
The Last Five Years - Way Off Productions
Winner of the 'Drama Desk' Award 2002
A musical about two New Yorkers in their twenties who fall in and out of love over the course of five years.
Playwright: Jason Robert Brown
April 9th, 6 PM
An English premiere
A funny and daring one woman show that deals with women's weaknesses and powers from the days of the bible until today.
Written by: Hadar Galron and Aharon Feuerstein
April 9th, 8:30 PM, April 10th, 10 PM
Jerusalem Barbershop Ensemble - April 9th, 7:30 PM
The ensemble's repertoire includes a wide range of musical styles, from traditional to contemporary, in special a capella arrangements.
Theater: 50 NIS, students: 20 NIS
Stand-Up: 30 NIS, students: 20 NIS
Music: 40 NIS, students: 20 NIS
Music in the gallery: admission free, subject to available space
Special prices and package deals & more information: www.bac.org.il
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