Created and directed by Dina Blich
Written by Tal Zagreba
Actors: Nadav Bosem , Ariel Bronze, Jessica Kraatz, Jeremie Alfassy , Ilan Ziv Duration: 50 Minutes
Upon the stage unfolds one minute of Lewis Carroll’s life, author of “Alice In Wonderland”.
Carroll , an odd and intimate person makes a living as an Oxford lecturer , is torn apart between his imagination and reality.
During a normal breakfast, Carroll feels that he can’t participate in his lecture, and so he seeks shelter, just like in an egg’s shell.
Through this thought, we embark on a journey into his mind.
Meeting his fears and lusts, his memories and his imagination.
Through all of that we try to achieve an understanding of his personality:
an odd loner who has been imprisoned by society and on the other end an inventor, brave outstanding man who was ahead of his time.
With the use of a sequence of scenes, rich visual images, video, music, costumes,
lights and color you will embark on an artful journey into the human mind.
A collage of imagery, in which every scene is superbly aesthetic.
Assistant Director: Kay Korabelnikov,
Music: Mukhtar and Shay Zagreba,
Choreography: Lisa Oberman,
Stage Design: Dina Blich,
Costume Design: Dina Blich and Anna Yuhvetz,
Lighting Design: Michael Czerniavsky and Inna Malkin,
Animation: Einat Gavish and Yuri Chizhikov,
Masks: Millie Rendler,
Video: Alfredo Ravinsky,
Puppets: Garry Yuhvetz
Stage Management: Mickey Yonas’
PR: Tzipey Adar
french subtitles: Annie Sylvestre
english subtitles : Shay Zagreba
graphics : Elena Kotliarker , Einat Gavish
In memory of Meir Aloney
A Theater of imagery and dance
About love and missed opportunities,
disappointments, an excitement that
butns and freezes.
A poetic collage that examines the relationship
between a man and a women,
constructed and falls apart in front
of the audience.
Concept, direction and design - Dina Blich
Choroegraphy - Gyula Csakvari
Creative Dancer - Hadas Jacoby
Gyula Csakvri, Yelena Kroshko
Creative Actress - Jessica Kraatz
Text - Tal Zagreba
Narration - Nadav Bosem
Sound - Shay Zagreba
Lighting Design - Inna Malkin
Costumes - Anna Yuhvetz, Dina Blich
Styling advice - Boris Yuhvets
Video - Honi Hameagel, Alfredo Rowinsky,
Edited by Alfredo Rowinsky
In film - Butoh dancer Ayelet Frankel - Ullman
Multidisciplinary performance around intimate conversations. Between sculpture and theater, between absurd and reality. 3
Actresses and 2 actors, 7 languages, 1 singer, 1 DJ,3 dancers,3 geese,2legs, 7breasts, video art, body painting, sculpture,
movement, mood swings, and a desire to live and be happy. Duration 60 minutes. With : Jessica Kratz, Dana Kucherovski,
Sasha Bloer ,Jeremy Alfassi, Tomer Shhori , Itay Oren, Gyula Ghekabri, Yelena Krosko, Kathy Advokat, Tony Bluestone.
This performance is kind of sculptural act, in it sculptural material are actors and public, throuth metamorfoses of time and space. In those occurnces take part also: light and colors,
sounds and shapes, different items and movements. All of this are entwined in different combinations
Creative actors: Yaei Orni, Ilan Ziv, David Kim, Bar Kishnevsky, Keren Or
Lighting design: Michael Cherniavsky
Sound: Michael Agre
Costumes: Relly Hendel
Production: Aelet Peled-Bartal
- Directed a multidisciplinary show "Prida", according to a novel by F.Dostoevsky “Netochka
Nezvanov” – “Karov” and "Tmuna" Theatre, Tel Aviv.
Play: Tal Zagreba
Creation: Dina Blich
Lighting design: Michael Cherniavsky, Inna Malkin
Costumes: Anna Yuhvetz
Video: Honi Hameagel, Yariv Spivac
Creative actors: Natalia Brodsky, Sergey Genetiuk,Tamara Stil,Meir Aloni,Maya
Smirnov,Kay Korabelnicov,Daniela Chupov-Spinov,Yulia Masti,Garry Yuhvetz'
Igor, Svetlana, Alona And Anastasia Hanimov
In the memory of Irina tachtarova YouTube Link
A Female Concerto in D minor
A stage painted white. a Black grand piano. an old Singer sewing machine.
Tel Aviv in the 50s. The virginal and naive state of Israel meets the glamorous Paris of those days.
The "New Look" of the parisian fashion companies captures local innocence and simplicity - Is it the release from khaki uniforms or the voluntary admission to a cosmetic prison?
"Female Concerto in D Minor" presents four women with an introduction to their own femininity.
* The show contains nudity
Premiered at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art in March 2017
Women's Concerto in D minor - credits