Last night in Toledo
A moving dance theater that tells the story of the expulsion of the Jews of Spain, told through the eyes of twelve-year-old Esther who lived in the city of Toledo, Spain.
Esther, an opinionated and rebellious girl, opposes the laws of the Inquisition that forbid the use of any Jewish symbol and are binding on all
The Jews of Spain renounced their Judaism and became Christians. Despite the explicit prohibition, she insists on wearing a Star of David.
The discovery of the Jewish symbol on Esther's neck puts her and her family in real danger. One day Esther comes across Esther
In Alfonso, the son of the wealthy Spanish fabric merchant, the two form a deep friendship. Alfonso helps Esther in her struggle
And together they embark on a tense and dangerous rescue journey. This is a dance-theatrical performance, exciting and sweeping, which brings to the stage a magnificent and important chapter
In the history of the Jewish people and the heritage of rich Spanish culture.
Choreography: Michal Nathan
Play and director: Moshe Bensoussan, Raanan Nissim Ferrara
Dramaturgy: Daphne Engel
Music: Roy is a country
Décor and accessories: Talia Ottolenghi
Costumes: Limor Hershko Dror
Lighting: Ziv Voloshin
Video art: Yinon Porat
Cast: Gil Weiss, Yael Schilderkraut, Itzik Gabbay
Dancers: Michal Nathan, Ayelet Shachar, Hadas Nestle, Moran Ron, Lia Sheinfeld, Grau Cabrera Quadrodo, Kobi Moshe
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