- 19 Shaul Hamelech St, Tel Aviv
- Tel Aviv City Center
- November 2, 2014
- 8:30 pm
- TAGS: Past Events
Showing at the Cameri Theater, these two historical plays of Shakespeare come together to a human story, political, topical, engaging and thought-provoking. Director Arthur Kogan with a group of actors will perform two plays the same setting. their roles in Richard II and Richard III, two opposite positions to each other, played by actor Itay Tiran.
The center of the play Richard III was a politician and government pursues his power level to the throne on the bodies of all who stand in his way, including close family members while expanding the boundaries of morality, what is permissible in the way the occupation regime.
In the eyes of many commentators the two pieces, each standing in its own right, joined together saga engaged in power, and human morality. The combination of the two plays concurrently as a project acceptable to the major theater companies in the world, the creation eye on Shakespeare’s plays.
Performing on 2 dates in November: On the 2nd and 3rd. On both days at 8:30 pm.
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