About the show
The story of the residents of a small village in Israel in the 1940s, their loves, worries and pleasures as experienced by Yossi, a naive adolescent who never grows up. Yossi's day-to-day life and the lives of his relatives interest him more than grave national issues, until those invade his world and destroy it. The play unfolds with warmth, affection, humor and sadness in a corner of Israel where man, despite his destiny, comes out a winner.
Village runs for 2 hours and 30 minutes, including one interval.
First performance: 30/03/2013
Village was first staged in 1996.
The show travelled all over the world:
May 1997 –Great Britain tour, London Festival;
March 1998 – Berlin Festival, Germany;
May 1998 – Lincoln Festival, New York;
October 1998 – Rome Festival, Italy;
October 1998 – Melbourne Festival, Australia;
October 1999 – Dublin Festival, Ireland;
November 2002 – Riga, Latvia and Spotkania Festival, Warsaw;
October 2002 – Moscow Art Theatre, Russia.