•  Dance 2014
  Batsheva Ensemble
Cast: Shani Licht, Tamir Eting, Mario Bermudez Gil, Shane Scopatz, Mariko Kakizaki, Rani Lebzelter, Doron Perk, Matan Cohen, Yael Ben Ezer, Ori Kroll, Madison Hoke, Ayelet Nadav, Oz Shoshan, Itai Axelrod, Nimrod Poles, Shiri Perelmuter
Lighting Design : Avi Yona Bueno (Bambi), Ohad Naharin
Costume design: Rakefet Levy
Music : The Beach Boys, Maxim Warrat, Goldfrapp, Missy Elliott, A. Vivaldi, Harold Arlen/ Marusha, Cha-Cha De Amor (sung by Dean Martin, Rolley Polley), Hawaii five -0/ Morton Stevens, Traditional song arranged and performed by the Tractors’ Revenge and Ohad Naharin, Habib Alla Jamal, Paul Smadbeck, canti popolari arrangiati ed eseguiti da Ivri Lider
Text : Ohad Naharin inspired by Charles Bukowski
Artistic Director: Ohad Naharin
Executive Director: Dina Aldor
Associate Artistic Director: Adi Salant
Ensemble Director: Matan David
Rehearsal Director: Hillel Kogan
Stage Manager: Yaniv Nagar

International Tours
Director: Iris Bovshover
Producer: Naomi Friend
Ensemble Technical Director : Motti Katsav
Sound: Yigal Feldman
Lighting: Yitzhak Assulin, Daniel Feinshtein
Wardrobe: Shoshana Or Lavi, Maya Lavi
Physiotherapist: Anton Mikhailov
Highly energized, daring and humorous dance from Israel's Batsheva Ensemble in a program of works specially devised to showcase the dazzling breadth of choreographer Ohad Naharin's invention. ”Deca Dance” features ten scenes from Naharin's most celebrated works. ”Deca Dance” includes excerpts from ”MAX”, ”Telophaza”, ”Three”, ”Naharin's Virus”, ”Moshe”, ”Zachacha”, ”Z/na” and ”Anaphaza”. An explosion of color, movement and music. Unforgettable performances by extraordinary dancers. Stunning movement set to thrilling soundtracks embracing everything from classical music to rock and hip hop to Israeli and Arab folk music. ”Deca Dance” is a retrospective compilation of work from 20 years of Artistic Director Ohad Naharin’s career. Despite the fact ”Deca Dance” was conceived in 2000, the show constantly reinvents itself based on the repertoire of the senior company and this evening featured samples of repertoire from 1985 to 2007.
Performance not recommended to young people under the age of 8.

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