The Man Who Did Not Notice Anything

Namer Golan and Josef Sprinzak
Age: 
Adult
55
Language: 
Hebrew
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Based on short stories by Robert Walser

 

The short stories by well-known author Robert Walser present invented portraits and biographies of the modern and alienated “everyman”. Scenarios on stage present the absurd, humorous and painful conditions of human existence that arise from Walser’s writings and his personal biography.

A collaboration between vocal artist Josef Sprinzak and contemporary circus artist Namer Golan.

 

Surreal visions on stage, interspersed with voice, spoken word, magic tricks and objects.



Price: 70 NIS
Coming Shows
Credits: 

Creation: Namer Golan, Josef Sprinzak

Translation: Ran Hacohen

(Hakibbutz Hameuchad -Sifriat

Poalim Publishing Group), Josef Sprinzak

Text Editing: Josef Sprinzak

Artistic Guidance: Marit Benisrael

Design: Maayan Resnick

Lighting Design: Yoav Barel

Original Music: Or Ben-Muha, Josef Sprinzak

Light box: Avi Golan

Poster Illustration: Yanfush-Inbar Algazi

Photo: Dan Ben Ari

 

Supported by: 

The project was developed with the support of the Israeli Lottery Council for the Arts