Articles in the Children Category
Moana is the adventurer so many girls (and girls at heart) long to see on screen – curious, brave, and strong. John Musker and Ron Clements (The Little Mermaid, Aladdin) have created a story with the force of myth, powered by nature, magic, and character, infused with music and humor, and with a visually compelling island aesthetic expressed in use of traditional designs, tattoo art, glowing underwater scenes, dramatic storms and serene green exotica.
Intimidbar, a festival of music, dance, theatre & arts, will take place from December 22 – 27, 2016 in Mitzpe Ramon. An encounter between nature, people and art, the festival will feature a terrific lineup of well-known musicians – Daniela Spector, Uzi Ramirez, Gedy Ronen, Alon Eder, Yaron Ben-Ami and more
Children, Dance, Performance »
Deca’le is an exuberant mash-up of selections from Ohad Naharin’s choreography, edited to suit all ages. I’ve seen, and enjoyed it many times (the young companions by my side super enthusiastic as well) – each edition is composed from a different selection of works. The works are performed by the Batsheva Young Ensemble, famous for their outrageous talents and phenomenal energy. Deca’le is set on the Ensemble and always acquires new colors in rehearsal, reflecting the individuality of the dancers, as well as the uniquely textured and detailed explosion of …
Arts, Children, Performance, Theatre »
The International Festival of Puppet Theatre is celebrating its 25th year with an enchanting festival for all ages, taking place from August 15 – 18, 2016. Opening festivities took place last night with an exciting announcement: a permanent home for the Train Theater (home of the puppets) will be built in Liberty Bell Park, Jerusalem.
Visually exciting, thought-provoking, and profoundly conceived, Wire(less) Connections, awakens the curious mind. From spider’s webs to the world wide web, from the metaphoric end of the rope to the first connection that nourishes us into being – the umbilical cord, and the mythological thread of life in the hands of the three fates – the physical, visual, poetic and metaphoric are intertwined through the works of Israeli and international artists, creating many options and possibilities for experiencing, viewing, and discussion.
Amid the stark, vast, snow-covered landscape of the Altai Mountains in Mongolia a hunter releases his companion, a Golden Eagle, back into the wild following an ancient tradition passed on from father to son for generations.In The Eagle Huntress, the opening film of the The Tel Aviv International Children and Youth Film Festival, the focus then shifts to a school classroom, full of girls in neat braids and bright white pinafores. One of these girls is Ailshopan, just on the brink of turning 13, and about to change tradition forever by …
Children, Dance, Film, Music, Performance »
Disney on Ice will be performing in Israel with 100 Years of Magic, featuring over 50 beloved Disney characters, 300 costumes and all those wonderful songs – all enhanced by beautiful ice dancing! Performances will take place at Menora Mivtachim Arena in Tel Aviv from August 13 – 19, 2016. Tickets go on sale beginning March 27, 2016 in the evening. There is a limited amount of tickets on sale for just 69 NIS – while they last!
Mickey Mouse will be your host, along with Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, and …
The Purim Adloyada is one of the holiday’s many wonderful traditions, and Holon, home of the official Adloyada Purim Parade, knows how to do it right! The parade will take place on Thursday, March 24, 2016, and this year’s theme will celebrate 50 years of television in Israel, with special attention to beloved children’s shows – Fistuk’s House, Pupik, Bob the Builder, as well as the immortal Zehu Zeh and the legendary Nikui Rosh.
Television is so much a part of our lives that it feels as though it has always …