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    A sizzling celebration of local hip hop culture in an original music event at Talpiot Industrial Area, featuring Echo, Jimbo J, Nechi Nech, System Ali, Peled, Cafe Shahor Hazak, Karolina, Shaanan Street & Guy Mar, and more. Leading Hip Hop artists, DJs, breakdance, and projection mapping artists respond to the ultimate text that begs responding to as part of Israel 70th anniversary celebrations – Israel’s Declaration of Independence.

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    Bach in Ein Karem

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    Poem Balev

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    Opening Show

    Nasrin Kadri, Dikla, Miri Mesika

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    Remote Jerusalem

    The experience of getting lost in the city has become near impossible thanks to the abundance of easily available mapping technologies. Rather than find our way tentatively, wander along unfamiliar paths, we are led to our destinations by apps that guarantee robot-like precision and efficiency.

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    Language of the Future

    Groundbreaking multidisciplinary artist Laurie Anderson presents her iconic solo performance, delving into the heart of American narrative and the roots of contemporary culture. In The Language of the Future, Anderson dissects the here and now, intertwining stories, music, and interactive videos to create a poignant and mesmerizing experience.

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    Bodies in Urban Spaces

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    The Little Prince

    Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s Little Prince is one of the greatest classics ever written for children, and for adults who have never lost touch with the world of childhood. This original and moving show for the whole family breathes a new life in the timeless Little Prince. Director Yonatan Levy collaborates with sand artist Ilana Yahav to create an imaginative musical-theatrical adaptation of the classic novel.

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    Canine Jaunâtre 3

    Following her performance at the 2016 Israel Festival with Of Ivory and Flesh - Statues also Suffer, Ohad Naharin invited groundbreaking choreographer Monteiro Fritas to create a new piece for the Batsheva Dance Company, which will be performed in a world premiere at the Jerusalem Festival.

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    In the Footsteps of a Legend

    Singer Shlomi Saranga comes full circle. In an extraordinary show that interweaves rare video footage with personal stories, and songs, he returns to his “spiritual father” Stelios Kazantzidis – one of Greece’s greatest singers, whose songs are a mainstay of the national Greek soundtrack.

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    The Third Dance

    Niv Sheinfeld and Oren Laor return to the Israel Festival with a new adaptation to Liat Dror and Nir Ben-Gal’s The Third Dance (1990).

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  • צילום: שי בן אפריים

    Hamsa Hamsa Hamsa

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    After five years of meticulous handcrafting, Amit Drori presents Monkeys, a show that explores the superhuman, which puts 12 performers on one stage – three people and nine monkey robots.

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  • צילום: אנדריו מלכובסקי

    The Dybbuk 1937-2017

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    While The Fireflies Disappear

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    What would happen if we were given the opportunity to go back in time? Would we change something in our past? And what would happen if we could look forward to our future selves? Would we change anything in the present? Using original artistic language, Guide turns the spotlight on sensations and questions concerning the decisions we make, placing them in a playful setting and giving them a spectacular expression that flows freely between the past, future, and present.

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    By Heart

    Playwright and actor Tiago Rodrigues is a culture warrior. In By Heart he invites ten random members of the audience to commit a poem to memory. These people have not seen the performance before and they have no idea which text they will learn. Nevertheless, for one night and in front of the audience, they become members of a poetic resistance group, which smuggles words through minds and hearts.

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    Five Nigerian boys meet a heavyset white German who offers them chocolate, thus setting in motion an alternately terrifying, amusing and fascinating, intercultural dynamic mediation on postcolonial guilt and disenchantments.  A unique collaboration between German theatre collective Monster Truck and Nigerian choreographer Segun Adefila, and a rare glimpse into contemporary Nigerian dance.

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    King Size

    Night. A gaudy hotel room, complete with floral wallpapers and a king size bed. In this seemingly relaxed, bourgeoise setting, two men and two women break into a wild and eclectic musical performance that nods to the tradition of vaudeville, stringing together folksongs, classical works, and pop music.

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    (Untitled) (2000)

    Tino Sehgal's pivotal solo performance (Untitled) (2000) returns to the stage 18 years after its debut. Etched into the cultural memory as a "museum of dance," this is the last stage piece that Sehgal created and performed, just before he shifted to the world of visual art and conceived a new artistic form, dubbed "constructed situations."

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    Madame Butterfly

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    Digital Landscape Music

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    In a picturesque, Romantic winter landscape, director and choreographer Gisèle Vienne brings together two teenage boys, man-size dolls, dancers, and the doom metal duo KTL. Snow and darkness envelop the stage as we are swept into a tumultuous emotional labyrinth, where the boundaries between reality and fiction are blurred.

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    10000 Gestures

    10000 Gestures centers around disappearance – dance as a body-based genre whose basic elements are gestures, condemned to symbolical disappearance. Charmatz calls it “the gift” of the dance world. To the strains of Mozart’s Requiem, in avant-garde costumes and with lighting that transforms the scene from a factory to an enchanting lake of reflections, Charmatz’s dancers enact an incredible collection of 10000 gestures, challenging our perception of dance.

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