Live at the Tower of David: "Ah, Jerusalem!": A Magical-Musical History Tour
Every Friday afternoon from April 25 – September 5, 2014
April 25-June 27, 2014 at 3 pm
July 4-September 5 at 4 pm
A musical meeting between an American Jewish family and characters from Jerusalem's past that crosses borders, time and reality. The lively, comic and entertaining musical production of "Ah, Jerusalem!", presents the Axelrod family who, on the eve of a trip to Cancun, change their plans and visit Jerusalem thanks to a dreamlike visit by a family ancestor. Led by their intrepid guide, Shmulik, they travel through the centuries – encountering love in the time of King Solomon, danger during the Crusades, and a “ticket to history” in the Jerusalem bus station circa 1920. The show is full of humor and twists, as the Axelrods experience a high-energy, transformational journey through Jerusalem. The play is performed on the fabulous outdoor stage of the Tower of David, among the magical stones of the citadel, by an outstanding cast of seven singer-actors.
Produced by Bernie Kukoff (Broadway) and Danny Paller
Book by Bernie Kukoff, Lucile Lichtblau and Alan Gelb
Music and lyrics by Danny Paller
Director: Bernie Kukoff / Musical Director: Danny Paller
General Manager: Daniel Alter
Cast: Nitzan Sitzer, Roni Yacobovitz, Miri Fraenkel, Josh Bloomberg, Lev Kerzhner, Gady Weissbart and Rosie Richman
General Admission: 85 NIS/ Seniors and Students 65 NIS
Order tickets at *2884
The performance takes place outdoors in the courtyard.
No reserved seating.
Group rates available. Group tickets – 02-6265327/311
Adults: Museum visit: 36 NIS, Night Spectacular: 55 NIS, combo ticket: 70 NIS | Children (until age 18) and seniors: Museum visit: 18 NIS, Night Spectacular: 45 NIS, combo ticket: 55 NIS | Students: Museum visit: 25 NIS, Night Spectacular: 45 NIS, combo ticket: 55 NIS | Soldiers, handicapped: Museum visit: 15 NIS, Night Spectacular: 30 NIS, combo ticket: 40 NIS
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