The Yellow Wind
By David Grossman
Adapted and directed by: Ilan Ronen
Cast: Menashe Noy, Gassan Abbas, Raida Adon, Morad Hassan.
32 years after the first publication of "The Yellow Wind" by David Grossman, director Ilan Ronen together with an ensemble of Jewish and Arabic theatre actors return to the voices, testimonies, and impressions gathered by Grossman during his wanderings through the West Bank, the refugee camps, villages and settlements. An original and unique theatre production, which examines through the perspective of today's audience the past and present reality in the West Bank.
The new stage version will premiere at Jaffa Fest International Theatre Festival, as a co-production of Jaffa Theatre and Tzavta Theatre.
The performance of June 28 will be followed by a discussion with author David Grossman.Featuring author David Grossman, journalist Nahum Barnea, editor of 'Koteret Rashit' and the project initiator, director Ilan Ronen, and actors Gassan Abbas and Menashe Noy. Moderator: Noam Semel
Jaffa Fest International Theatre Festival presents a special spotlight on the literary works of author David Grossman, winner of the Man Booker Prize and the Israel Prize. Grossman's works have been successfully adapted for the stage in Israel and around the world for decades. How does the literary work of Grossman appear when brought to life on-stage?
The festival program will examine this question, focusing on three of Grossman's most prominent works: To the End of the Land by the Schauspiel Theatre of Frankfurt Germany, a world premiere of the documentary piece The Yellow Wind, and a new adaptation of the seminal novel See Under: Love.
The performances will be accompanied by discussions with the author, in a space that enables a dialogue between reality and fiction, life and art.
June 28th, 13:00
June 29th, 20:30
June 30th, 20:30
1 hour 15 minutes, no intermission