Fathers and sons
The novel by Ivan Turgenev written nearly 160 years ago caused a revolution in the 19th century and remained modern in the 21st.
A classic is something that one rereads. And one rereads what is important here and now. The great writers of the past increasingly come to the aid of those, who are looking for solutions of today's problems, or - if you look even wider - for those, who seek the meaning of life.
In the center of the plot is the conflict between the generation of the "fathers", who protect their foundations and moral values, and uncompromising "sons", who reject outdated authorities and truths.
"Fathers and sons" is a play about us and about our time.
Based on a novel by Ivan Turgenev
Stage adaptation, directing, choreography: Yehezkel Lazarov
Set design: Zohar Shoef
Lighting Design: Nadav Barnea
Costume design: Alin Lazarov
Music: "LA FEMME", Frederic Chopin, Ólafur Arnalds
Sound Design: Michael Weisburd
Assistant director for speech: Yoni Lucas
Video-directing: Yehezkel Lazarov
Video-design: Ran Slavin
Video-playback: Stanislav Levor
Assistant director: Irena Orlov
Yevgeny Bazarov: Miki Leon
Arkady Kirsanov: Alon Friedman
Nikolai Kirsanov: Israel (Sasha) Demidov
Pavel Kirsanov: Doron Tavori
Vasily Bazarov: Boris Akhanov
Arina Bazarova: Fira Canter
Anna Sergeyevna: Netta Spiegelman
Katia: Roni Einav
Fenechka: Tali Osadchy
Aunt: Lillian Ruth
Timofeyich: Yevgeny Terletsky
Peter: Paolo E. Moura / Hilel Cappon