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Machol Shalem Dance House

Jerusalem – Lithuania Wine & Pita at 22.06.2017

Until 22.06.2017


Machol Shalem Dance house presents: Jerusalem, Lithuania, Wine and Pita: an international marathon evening with refreshments and wine


22.6 Thursday at 20:00 | Karnaf hall, 22 Shivtei Israel st.



'Measure me' by Dana Hafouta


Many times, as an artist and as a human being, I feel that I am judged by standards far from me, not being observed as an individual. External judgment is mixed with internal judgment and confuses standards. Quantification and measurement became the soundtrack of my life. I was tired of proving, tired of showing. This is a tribute to myself, and to outside and inside measurements.


‘Changes in time’ by Dorit Levi


I remember a vague picture, but something in the picture remained clear in my memory. The old details become clearer and renewed in the present and receive a new and more powerful meaning. The details are related to home, to my family. In this huge picture, everything penetrates and accompanies me in a kind of personal journey of revelation, empowerment, development, renewal, and acceptance.


Three women. Three angles. Home. Place. Memories.


‘Small world’ by Tammy & Ronen Izhaki


"Man-Small World, World-Giant Man" (Avot d'Rabbi Natan, 31) A Solo of one body and endless worlds. A chaotic and yet orderly lecture-performance, presenting reflections between microcosms And macrocosms, between general and personal.


Sequel for a previous piece presented on Intimadance 2016

Board design: Nofar Daskal  Music: Studio Ramix   Rami Treistman


Break: wine and Israeli refreshments.

IDEA, CHOREOGRAPHY AND DANCE Laurynas Žakevičius and Airida Gudaitė**

SET DESIGN by Renata Valčik | LIGHTING DESIGN Eugenijus Sabaliauskas, Povilas Laurinaitis

Urban Dance Theatre Low Air and Arts Printing House | Duration 40’




 Airida Gudaitė and Laurynas Žakevičius represent a new generation of Lithuanian dancers and choreographers. ”Feel-Link” explores their relationship as a couple as they use gritty free urban dance to express their emotions towards each other.


”Feel-Link” was the first urban/hip-hop dance production in Lithuania and on its debut was nominated for the prestigious Lithuanian Golden Stage Cross theatre awards (for Best Debut of the Year) and they were awarded that competition’s Best Choreographers the following year.


”Feel-Link” features an evocative electronica soundtrack that ultimately gives way to the passion and sophisticated rawness of Nina Simone’s Feelings as the dancers engage in a seemingly endless cycle of repressed feelings that ultimately come to an astonishing conclusion.


 Supported by the Lithuanian Embassy


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