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A comic lecture performance examining the choreography of everyday life in Israel - Why do Israelis get in each other’s way for no apparent reason? Why do Israelis constantly bump into one another on the sidewalks (and everywhere else)? Why do Israelis have such a hard time stepping aside and making way for other Israelis? And why do Israelis block each other’s way so much? Describing and analyzing the main chronic “bugs” that plague the everyday choreography of Israel, the piece is attempting to find the root causes for these bugs. As always (when analyzing Israel), the holocaust would naturally be taken into account, because well.. it is only natural, but other factors will also be considered. By the end of the piece, I promise you, you would have the advantage of understanding what the hell is going on inside an Israeli’s brain, an ability I guarantee your friends just do not have! Created for Intimadance Festival - Tmuna Theater, 2009. Concept, text, performance: Rotem Tashach. Created for the Intimadance festival - Tmuna Theater, 2009. Duration: 20 minutes.

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 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

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A comic lecture performance examining the choreography of everyday life in Israel - Why do Israelis get in each other’s way for no apparent reason? Why do Israelis constantly bump into one another on the sidewalks (and everywhere else)? Why do Israelis have such a hard time stepping aside and making way for other Israelis? And why do Israelis block each other’s way so much? Describing and analyzing the main chronic “bugs” that plague the everyday choreography of Israel, the piece is attempting to find the root causes for these bugs. As always (when analyzing Israel), the holocaust would naturally be taken into account, because well.. it is only natural, but other factors will also be considered. By the end of the piece, I promise you, you would have the advantage of understanding what the hell is going on inside an Israeli’s brain, an ability I guarantee your friends just do not have! Created for Intimadance Festival - Tmuna Theater, 2009. Concept, text, performance: Rotem Tashach. Created for the Intimadance festival - Tmuna Theater, 2009. Duration: 20 minutes.

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis