Dance has many virtues, but can it help to revive the elusive peace process between Israelis and Palestinians? In need of inspiration, an Israeli choreographer seeks to recruit an Arab dancer to carry out this noble project.
The only thing is, he is full of himself, and racist. With biting irony, Hillel Kogan wrote and devised this spectacle combining theatre and dance, in which clichés about identity and power games between choreographer and dancer collide in a devastating confrontation. Thumbing its nose at political correctness, this finely danced and spoken piece looks at reconciliation without beating around the bush.
> Hillel Kogan: We love Arabs. 27/2 > 3/3, Théâtre National.