Being open and closed?
A yellow iron gate stands between a small kibbutz and a neighboring Arab village. Should it always be closed? Always open?
What does a small story about a gate tell us about our world today? How can we remain open? When must we close up?
Do good fences make good neighbors or distant enemies?
A tragic comedy about a suicide bomber
"It all begins with Mohammed. Not the Prophet. The baker. Mohammed the baker..."
How does a baker become a terrorist? How can a father lose a daughter? And how could any of this be funny?
Both hilarious and horrific, About The Oranges was inspired by several true events that took place in Israel and the West Bank during the Second Intifada.
A celebration of the complexities of life in Israel
Performed together with top Israeli musician, Adam Mader, That's Why I'm (Still) Here is a thoughtful yet joyful gathering of personal stories, Israeli contemporary songs, and stunning photography, that together celebrate the complex, troubling, and life-affirming love of Israel, the morning after.
The neverending war over Israel's day of rest
What does Shabbat mean in Israel? Does anyone agree? Is this a cultural war, or a misunderstanding within the family? Do Israel’s ‘Shabbat wars’ symbolize a deeper question at the heart of the Jewish people?
Folk tales and midrashim about giving and receiving!
They perform eight stories in an evening, all of them called The Gift. Delving into the idea of giving and generosity, these ancient midrashim and Jewish folk tales are guaranteed to set the heart a-fluttering, the soul a-souring, and the lips a-laughing!