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Children' Games

Saturday 26 January 2013

11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Children's Shows

70 NIS

"Children' Games" follows Pieter Brueghel's 16th century masterpiece – "Children' games".
This performance focuses and magnifies the microcosms of the playground where children play with totality of being as a preparation and a mirror to the grown-ups life.
It all happens in front of Brueghel’s eyes that came back from haven to re-examine his painting, after 400 years.
This rich and lively production involved different disciplines such as dance, music, acting, circus and video. It intended for children of all ages including adults.

By: Noa Dar | Original Cast's dancers: Elaya Shalit, Asaf Shatz, Noa Rosenthal, Nachshon Stein, Maya Brinner, Shlomit Fundaminski | Musicians: The Israel Stage Orchestra.| Actor:Emanuel Hanun| Composers: Roni Porat, Erik Satie, Johan S. Bach, Henri Purcell |
Text: Shlomi Moskovitch | Costumes: Einat Nir | Set and props: Avi Sechvi | Video art: Dorit Talpaz | Lighting: Keren Grank | Photography: Tamar Lamm | World Premiere: Children’s’ Sound Festival, Holon, October 2002 | Duration: 55 Min.


"Children's games" – the intelligent dance performance by Noa Dar, emphasize all the optimism, vital and charming aspects that there are in this painting. This performance makes an hour of communicative and especially interesting modern dance for young audience. "Rutha Kopfer, "Ha'aretz,

"A play ground with out borders, full of movement and flair; integrate dance, juggling, video and acting. Noa Dar respects the young and teaches them with fun and lightness, what is a real culture” Michal Sharon, "Yediot Aharonot"
Pieter Brueghel’s painting; "Children's Games" is a wonderful inspiration for a performance by that name by Noa Dar. With their costumes the dancers look like they just step out from the painting to invite the audience to enter Brueghel’s world. It's a wonderful dance performance" Osnat Blair, "To be parents"