Every venture of the Na Laga’at Center is an adventure, and their latest, the children’s play Prince Indik is no exception – it’s clever, funny and joyously entertaining. Written, created and directed by Adina Tal (Na Laga’at founder and Art Director) and Dani Erlich, the play is based on a story by Rabbi Nachman of Breslev, about a prince who thinks he is a rooster. Recommended for ages 5 – 12, Midnight East tried it out on both ends of the spectrum – a four and a half year old and a 12 and a half year old – both were delighted and enthralled. (read more…) Purim is a great time to see Prince Indik, and the two days of the holiday at Na Laga’at will be full of activity, with workshops (clay workshop for ager 8+ with a parent, Mishkafot for younger kids, and sign language all ages) before and after performances of the play.
Prince Indik will be performed on March 20 & 21, 2011 at 12:00, 15:00 and 17:30, and workshops will take place on both days at 11:00, 13:00, 14:00, and 16:00.
Tickets are 85 NIS at the box office and 55 NIS ordered online, workshops are 30 NIS, and a combination ticket is 75 NIS (play & workshop). Na Laga’at Center, Retzif HaAliya Hashniya, Jaffa Port 03-6330808