Moti has no friends, no career, and he is taking a worrying interest in religion. Max is a puppet psychologist attached to Moti like a Siamese twin. During a wild therapy session they dive into the labyrinth of Moti's subconscious; a festival of visual images, puppets, song, and dance. Will Max help Moti return to sanity?
In addition to biting original humor and despite being drawn into Moti's subconscious, the analysis presented in this performance is based on real analytical theories and combine a number of psychological schools of thought turning them into a cult show and therapy session all in one.
Moti Brecher, an artist of many media, an actor, and a puppeteer, is a serious autodidact. He has created many performances that combine text and objects for various fringe venues. Along with his feverish activity in alternative theater he has written and acted in the "Satyrical Corner" on the YES channel BIP, and has acted in the television drama "Behind Bars".
Written, directed, and puppet design: Moti Brecher Sound design: Dagan Wald Live Music: D.J. Dagan Wald
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