“This is probably the most transparent and revealing form of theater you have ever seen… Liberman communicates with unmediated honesty” – Avisai Huri/Bamahane
“My creation stems out of my biography. It may derive from my religious education or the fact that I served in the army as a combat soldier, and it may simply be that I grew up in a family of 11 children and therefore I keep choosing to stand in the opposition. I am constantly drawn to the winding paths and the unpaved roads. I turn to the dance with a prayer to heal by it, to shake out old pains, to create a new context for my being and to exercise my freedom and spread the faith”.
“It’s not every day that you get to see a fresh, young talent, with an honest thing to say […] A show with no dull moments” – Ruth Eshel, Haaretz
“The work’s power is in the Liberman’s sensitivity of motion, a wonderful, born abily that cannot be forged” – Anat Zecharia, Hamvakeret
“A very strong performer, with theatrical and athletic abilities, that managed to put up an interesting work, extraordinarily personal and specific […] It creates a response and an involvement that cannot be ignored” – Ora Brafman, DanceTalk
“Dror Liberman’s touching work, proves how much this country’s culture, and his family’s, is not only etched deep in his soul, but embedded in his muscles, skin and gestures – unrelentingly” – Idit Suslik, City Mouse
Duration: 55 minutes
Creator and performer: Dror Liberman | Artistic direction: Idit Herman | Choreographic consultation: Asher Ben-Shalom | Concept developmant partner: Netta Wieser | Rehearsal direction: Kazuyo Shionoiri | Production: Clipa Theater, Suzanne Dellal Centre for Dance and Theatre