Everyone these days is racing through “Blood Will Out,” an undeniably enthralling three-hour read.
Dramatist Savyon Liebrecht was recently in the Boston area for a residency with Israeli Stage — two of her scripts, both dealing with Freud and his legacy, received their world premieres here as workshop productions.
“In Bloom” is one of the best features to come out of Eastern Europe in recent times.
“The Shape She Makes” proffers an eloquent fusion of language and movement that pushes the boundaries of dance and theater without embracing the opaqueness that marks so many experimental productions.
My first thought: filming Donald Rumsfeld can only be rationalized if it’s a front for a citizen’s arrest.
Theater is a public art. And yet, the irony here is that the most profound communication between individuals can be the least publicly communicable.
“To the End of the Land” is about the devastation of war, how war erodes the human spirit, yet how that spirit is far more resilient that we may have ever suspected.
“Falling Out of Time” is a book that gives all the truth that Israeli writer David Grossman can deliver, and far more intimacy than we strangers who are his readers have earned.
Multi-talented performer Ibrahim Miari has written an insightful and funny one-man show that draws on his own life as the son of an Israeli Jewish mother and Palestinian Moslem father born in what is now the Israeli city of Akko.