TIGERS A ScreenStage performance
Documentation: Oren Mansura
From the program:
'There’s a tiger in every cat; and vice versa'
The work connects the language of a physical theater with video projections - pre-recorded and live. It seeks to expose the pendulum-like mechanism, driven by guilt, self-blame,
and confession; the ethics expressed by the gap between intimacy - in the sense of inner-freedom - and obedience (to the law, to rules of the game).
TIGERS intends to question whether the force needed for ‘jumping over a wall’ is a natural resource, or does it depend on the intensity of resistance.
“Theatrical masterpiece. a French movie…”
“TIGERS by Sharon Reshef Armony, in collaboration with Tomer Zirkilevich, is a screen - stage performance, and I admit that from its first moment to the last they managed to surprise me with the connection between the myriad components of their piece, which is greater than the sum of each of the qualitative components…
...any sequence of associations, each angle of the wall, in every circle that the dancers create, in a duet or solo, and the trio, the impression that remains is the throbbing human heart of this excellent piece.” (Zvi Goren, Habama, 04/12/2013)
Conceived and directed by Sharon Reshef Armony
Co-creator: Tomer Zirkilevich
Performers: Or Kristianpoler, Aviram Saar, Tomer Zirkilevich
Girl: Danielle Ilan
Boy: Itan Reshef
Music: P.Watson & J.Swinscoe: To Build a Home / The Cinematic Orchestra; F.Mompou: Cançons i danses IV, Obras para Piano – Cançiones y danzas #3, Paisajes –la Fuente y la campana; P.Lincke: The Wedding Dance / Titanic Band, Nadav Rubinstein; R.Seress & S.M. Lewis: Gloomy Sunday / Paul Whiteman, Billie holiday; Alex Callier: Mad about You / Hooverphonic; Pan Sonic: A-kamia; Trentemoller: Evil Dub.
Video operation and edit: Gil Sagi
Stage operation: Zohar Shoef
Lighting design: Tamar Orr
Music supervision: Yuval Shaked
Producer, assistant director: Tal Cohn
Set production: Nimrod Re'uven
Video documentation: Oren Mansura
Photography: Efrat Saar
Tmuna Theatre, Tel Aviv, 2013-14
With support of the Arts Faculty, Kibbutzim College, Tel-Aviv
The Yehoshua Rabinovich Foundation for the Arts, Tel Aviv