Yeladisco

By Shai Lahav

Mediatheque Theater
Tel Aviv, Israel
February 
2020

A musical production featuring the greatest hits from Israel’s children festivals. For age 5 and above.
Summer vacation has finally arrived, and the ever-mischievous Uri cannot wait to spend it with his best friends in his beloved neighborhood of Neve Gliksman. Despite being the only kid not going to a summer camp or flying abroad, Uri is determined to come up with playful tricks that would make this the best vacation ever.        
Unfortunately, Uri’s tricks and shenanigans quickly get out of control and get him into constant trouble with his friends, the people in the neighborhood and even with his mother.  However, a moment before the vacation ends, Uri comes up with one finale trick- transform the old deserted neighborhood shack back into the fun children’s club it was back in the 1970’s- the Yeladisco.
Together with his good friends and a lot of hard work, they bring the club back to its former glory and make it the place where all the neighborhood come together, play and have fun. By the end, even his mother sees that good things can come from her son’s playfulness. 
The play features the biggest hits from Israel’s beloved children festivals.

Credits:

Written by: Shai Lahav

Directed by: Noam Shmuel

Dramaturge: Noam Shmuel

Music: Tal Blecharovitz

Set Design: Zeev Levy

Costumes: Tal Weiss

Movement: Tula Damari

Lighting: Uri Morag                        

Speech: Margalit Gez 

A. Director: Tomer Aldubi

Photos: Kfir Bolotin
 

Cast:

 

Dan Kisler

Gal Malka

Yuval Stunis

Lior Ben Yehuda

Liz Rabian

Roea Raviv

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© 2020 by Noam Shmuel, Tel Aviv, Israel