When conditions and laws change, and we are no longer sure where we wanted to go in the first place, and how?
where are we? And what do we do? now? Right now? Accidentally or accidentally? Will we flow or have a plan?
How do you move on? For sure? One hundred percent sure?
Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either.
without a doubt.
Hanan Anando who was Hanan Martsiano who was Hanan Marciano, his grandparents came from Morocco to Haifa.
Ronen Izhaki, who was Ronen Amrami, his grandparents came from Persia and Yemen to Jerusalem.
Remember what was almost erased and lost forever.
Some of it we still remember, some we recreate, some inventors and some just imagine.
Ensemble now brings to the stage questions of identity about the human, Israeli, Jewish, male body.
The body has undergone tremendous changes in the last hundred years. Is the male Jewish body adorned with its teachings or perhaps already with its muscles and uniforms?
Ensemble now offers a third option, the fusion that creates Israeli complexity.
We are between heaven and earth, between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, between an ancient Hasidic world and a world of contemporary culture. We enjoy being a medium between the edges and also thank for having the edges as they are. Applaud with right hand and left hand.
The work was created with the generous support of the Jerusalem Foundation and the Ministry of Culture and Sports - Dance Department.
In the work "Of", Ronen Izhaki , in force and trembling, dares to enter the world of "White Death" (1981) - one of Ruth Ziv Eyal's first works, a work that is the genetic code for Ruth's work over the years and a summary of her unique movement language. Together with his brave partners on the road - Ensemble Now, a contemporary dance group of religious men that operates within the framework of "Between Heaven and Earth", Ronen tries to connect times and places and create new combinations.
The show was created as part of the "Following" project initiated by Mifal Hapayis.