The extravagant spectacle PARADIZE, based on the story of the Garden of Eden, would have swept you off your feet and taken you to a miraculous world of biblical fantasy - if only you could see it. But you are sitting in the backstage.
PARADIZE is a wild physical comedy that tells the story of a theatre company during a run of a show. The director plays the part of God, and is married to Eve, Adam is a spoiled diva and the snake a beginning actor. When the backstage technician carries out his cunning plot to takeover one of the prime roles on stage - their life is thrown into utter chaos, but the show must go on.
Behind the scenes you will experience the suspense of a quick costume change, maneuvering complex backdrops, the anxiety of actors, power struggles, life-size cardboard animals, excitement and despair, extension cables, secret desires and private lives, who are turned in the duration of one show to an exquisite farce of "reality-show" culture.
Creation of Clipa group members in collaboration with Masha Nemirovsky
Performers: Idit Herman, Dmitry Tyulpanov, Tsvi Petrakowsky, Oded Zadok, Yonatan Kunda Dramaturgy: Masha Nemirovsky Set: Dmitry Tyulpanov Costumes: Idit Herman Light: Uri Morag Sound: Yonatan Kunda
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