By Brurya Avidan Barir & Rauda
Beit Lessin Theatre
Tel Aviv, Israel
An autobiographical play about the life of Rauda, an Israeli-Arab Actress who plays herself. The play brings to the stage the story of her childhood as a Muslim girl that was raised in a Druse Village, and her first discovery of sexuality in a conservative community.
Rawda - an impulsive character, full of humor and a declared feminist - finds out at the climax of the play, that her husband is not only cheating on her, he is doing much more than that...
A daring solo performance, full of charm and sincerity, on the struggle for emotional freedom, and on the passion to live and create.
Adaptation: Noam Shmuel
Directed by: Noam Shmuel
Set Design: Eran Atsmon
Lighting: Reuven Volner
Music: Eyall Weiss
Costume: Sasson Kedem
AD: Chen Shaham
"Rauda herself delivers her story with great charm and deep conviction, and the result is an impressive play that presents us with a story of growth and liberation"
"Rauda takes the spectator to the village, into her home, and mainly into her heart… a combination of a moving text with humorous moments..."