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Israeli Theatre 1967

Directed by: David Perlov
26 Minutes, 1967

With his sharp gaze, full of generosity and humor, David Perlov documents an intensive month in the life of the Israeli theatre, following numerous troupes performing throughout the country. We see The Dybbuk (still with the legendary Hanna Rovina) and plays by Ionesco, Becket, Brecht, and Edward Albee; musicals and works of Israeli playwrights – Moshe Shamir, Nissim Aloni and others.


Director: David Perlov

Cinematographer: Emil Knebel

Cinematographer: Adam Greenberg