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Published on Feb 12, 2014
Hanan, a poor Yeshiva student, deeply involved in Kabbalah, learned that his beloved Lea, daughter of the wealthy man of the shtetl, will be given to another guy. His incongruous death changes the cause of the events. The story takes an incredible turnover.
His soul gets stuck between two worlds. He isn't dead and not alive. His restless soul can't find peace. She is chased by his image...Everything gets out of order. Wedding upset.
Hanan's soul penetrates to her body and soul. The bride is possessed by dybbuk, sickness...Love?
First Performance - January 13, 2014
By: Roee Chen Inspired by: S. An-sky Directed by: Yevgeny Arye Set Design: Simon Pastukh Costume Design: Stephanie Graurogkayte Lighting design: Igor Kapustin Composer: Avi Benjamin Sound Design: Michael Vaisburd Choreography: Yehezkel Lazarov Dramaturgy: Katya Sassonsky Assistant Director for Speech: Yoni Lucas Assistant Director: Daniel Styopin Production manager: Victor Sokolov Yiddish language and culture adviser: Mendy Kahn
Hanan: Israel (Sasha) Demidov Lea: Efrat Ben-Tzur Sender, her father: Doron Tavori Frida, her grandmother: Fira Kanter Rabbi Mendel: Mendy Kahn Menashe, Leas fiance: Ori Yaniv Hana, Leas mother ghost: Neta Shpigelman Rabbi Azriel from Miropol: Gilad Kletter Aunt Bellas ghost : Lilian Ruth Watchmaker Baruchs ghost: Alexander Senderovich Rochelle, Baruchs wife ghost: Noa Koler Menachem, distant relatives ghost: Yevgeny Terletzky Fiddler: Boris Portnoy Congregation, beggars, wedding guests : Olga Berezin, Henry David, Vitaly Fux, Adi Kvetner, Paulo E. Moura, Bat-El Papura, Ruth Rasiuk, Bar Sade, Angela Shteingart, Victor Sokolov, Daniel Styopin, David Ziselson