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OV

“Ov”- a dance Theatre piece inspired by the classical Jewish play “The Dybbuk” , by Renana Raz and Ofer Amaram

Original music for cell-hu, double bass and playbacks by Rali Margalit performed live on stage with double bass player Ehud Gerlich.
Ov (an instrument by which the living can communicate with the spirits of the dead).
This dance theatre piece was inspired by the classical Jewish play “The Dybbuk” by S. Ansky.
This creation takes place in the twilight of the souls, and brings to life the mythical lovers Hanan and Leah. The lovers, their souls connected together for all eternity, pursue and seek each other between the worlds.
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