The show was written in an ensemble process by the members of the cast
Director: Eli Kaplan Wildmann
Performed by the Malkat Shva Dancers, the Malkat Shva Choir, Herbert Dancers and the Hairspray Council Kids
A theater performance that documents the journeys of a group of Ethiopian Olim and a group of Anglo Olim as they learn together about similar problems that the civil rights movement faced in the 1960's, and deal with the challenges and rewards of moving away to a new place - Jerusalem. The show features an eclectic mix of Ethiopian song and dances and music alongside classic Americana that can only be found in Jerusalem.
In partnership with the Malkat Shva center of Ethiopian Culture
Thursday | March 28th | 18:00
Tickets: 50 NIS, Students: 20 NIS
Exhibition: Reap in Joy
The Harvest Festivals on Kibbutz /about tradition, regeneration, and the place of the Kibbutz in the Israeli Ethos. During the festival - tours of the exhibition will be held in English.
Tours of the Exhibition
Wednesday, March 27, 4:30 PM
Friday, March 29, 10:30 AM
Entrance free of admission
Guide: Rachel Afarsemon