Last updated May 8th 2016

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Batsheva’s latest performances, Yag by Ohad Naharin and Adam by Roy Assaf, have yet again broadened our understanding of what it means to experience dance. Together, the two works create and sustain a dialogue, with Assaf and Naharin’s voices complimenting each other in a profound and sensitive way.

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Naharin’s Yag is intense, and the audience cannot help but be pulled into its emotional family drama. Composed with six dancers, Yag maintains its correspondence to distant memories, while remaining true to the events unfolding on stage.

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One of the most promising young choreographers in Israel today, Roy Assaf’s unique creative process has translated brilliantly, making Adam an experience not to be missed.

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There will be two more performances in May, taking place this week, on May 2nd & May 3rd. You can look forward to more summer performances as well! For more info visit Natsheva’s schedule.

Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theater, Yehieli St 5, Tel Aviv-Yafo.
03.510.5656 | www.batsheva.co.il

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