The words need a ground of objectivity, like black letters on white paper or the down-to-earth manner with which Agneta Ekmanner plays Sabana; her words hit home when they seem to be born on her tongue. In Beit Shean people think otherwise. Countless layers of thoughts, images and feelings — have in turn — hit your brain as easily as light. A worn suitcase catches the eye and the imagination. There are references to the Holocaust and to current day Israel but also to common general human shortcomings.
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The design by artist Ann Wåhlström is ravishing and surrounds the audience as well as the musicians — open to all interpretations. Rarely have I seen an actor so completely absorbed and dedicated to his part. It is musical and precise which plays well against the brutal and grotesque. Thus, the rest of the world as well. Amikam Levy keeps the suspense alive in the hourlong performance in the lobby at the Jewish Theatre. It is also a chronicle depicting the forgotten fringe of Israeli society and its attempt to win the respect it deserves. The words need a ground of objectivity, like black letters on white paper or the down-to-earth manner with which Agneta Ekmanner plays Sabana; her words hit home when they seem to be born on her tongue.