The work is a fantasy inspired by real events that takes place somewhere… in a place beyond the edge, on the day after.

And maybe that time and place is now?

Choreography: Tamir Ginz
Original Music: Avi Belleli
Costumes: Limor Hershko- Dror
Set and stage: Adam Keller
Lighting: Shay Yehudai
Premiere: March 2016




    The work is constructed professionally by an experienced choreographer. The way he builds and disassembles groups in order to depict his theme, allows secure control of a world built on the shreds of destruction….
    The movement lexicon is rich, with an haut couture choreography. The dancers are excellent.

    Ruth Eshel, Ha’retz

    Ginz evokes a panorama full of splendor, a dreamlike happening in a soot filled swarming field, creating an breathtaking, fantasy-arousing world picture, in which death is the implied element……… and he builds and disassembles groups, unites and disintegrates them into solo pieces full of momentum. And the stirring music of Avi Belleli helps the dancers to stomp, suddenly emerge and disappear………

    Anat Zechariya, Yediot Acharonot