Clipa Theater creates site-specific projects throughout Israel and for festivals around the world.
Site-specific performances embody the concept of movement and action as a unique occurrence in time and space.
Clipa's site-specific performances are inspired by the nature and form of the location, its history and the materials found in the site. The different elements of the performance take shape and meaning only in relation to the location in which it takes place.
Clipa created numerous site-specific performances for festivals in Israel and abroad in locations such as streets, warehouses, historical and public buildings, gardens, fields, lakes and shores.
Amongst Clipa's site specific creations: Deus Ex Machina, the floating rock opera, at the opening of Israel Festival, 2001 and at Stockton Riverside Festival, 2005; and the vertical performance, Reconstructing Game, at the opening of Israel Festival, 2005, and The Observatory which will be performed at the Israel Festival 2011.
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