RAGE, our new evening by artistic director Tamir Ginz was premiered at last and receives warm reviews!

We premiered the piece in the beginning of June 21 after a long pause in performances due to the crises. In “RAGE” Ginz touches on the different faces of violence that rocks our lives and the forces that navigate between realities to the surreal.

We are so thankful for the nonstop astonishing feedback:

“Wow, bravo! At last a work introducing dance net, no gimmicks, amazing choreography and a wonderful performance by all dancers! I can’t find the words to express my great experience, I enjoy every minute and wanted it to last longer…” Michal Lineneberg, Artistic director – Haifa Theatre Dance Program.

“3600 seconds of Rage poring on stage and hitting you in the gut. There was also something very calming and out of this world as a catharsis once the anger was spent.

It was a special evening and one could see it on the faces of the spectators coming out of the theatre. Ginz is entered the Pantheon of Israeli dance with this piece”, David Harel.

Dancers perform ‘Rage,’ touching on facets of violence that unsettle life. A dance filled with emotions… 

Musing overnight about RAGE, I remembered with appreciation the cadre of 12 fine dancers, particularly a few male dancers who stood out. Within the last few years, the Beersheba-based dance company has become stronger and more diversified, which is a good sign for the future. In this particular work, Ginz develops his choreographic crafts, particularly in the larger scenes, all of which were well handled. Some of the finer, more imaginative scenes were performed along the back wall, adding deserved finesse to the evening”, Ora Brafman, the Jerusalem Post.

Rage was booked by the leading theatres in Israel and will be shown nationally throughout the 21-22 season. International invitations include Germany, France and Mexico.

Choreography: Tamir Ginz, Original music by Avi Belleli, Costume Design: Inbal Ben Zaken, Lighting design: Shay Yehudai, Dramaturg consultant: Yoav Michaeli.

Duration: 60 minutes, 12 Dancers.