The Maladype Theatre launched its “Crossroads” project in 2011. The program’s main goal is to present artistic directions, theatres and workshops that represent new trends in cultural life, enhance new artistic initiatives, help in establishing new ways of contacts with the audience and foster ties among different countries. That way the European independent theatres are given the possibility to cooperate and establish a network that helps them in creating new meeting points for dialogue and interaction.
The Maladype Theatre has benefited a lot from its international ties: by establishing them it has the possibility to get acquainted with various theatrical troupes, traditions and institutions. We consider our important task also to present new trends, and young talents to our spectators. We invite theatres and performances that can adapt easily themselves to our location and technical conditions.
THIS IS (NOT) HOW YOU WALK ON STAGE
Directed by: Itay Plaut
Stage and costumes by: Noa Bendahan
Light design: Guy Galili
The play is performed in hebrew language with hungarian and english subtitles.
The length of the performance: 45 minutes
Maayan Kilchevsky is a triplet who was born prematurely and diagnosed with motor cerebral palsy. She graduated from Beit Zvi School for the Performing Arts, and holds a BA in Theatre Directing and Teaching from Kibbutzim College of Education. She is an actress in both theatre and film, as well as a director, playwright, acting teacher, and a student of Therapeutic Movement. Maayan has performed in numerous theatre productions including The Disabled (Beit Lessin), Beginners (Tmu-na), See Under Love (Ha-Sifria), Caress and Bilora (Ha-Simta), As You Like It (Thespis Ensemble), and Children of A Lesser God. She also played a role in the feature film Then She Arrived.
Itay Plaut is a director, teacher, and musician. He holds a BA in Theatre Directing and Teaching from Kibbutzim College of Education. His productions include The Diary (Theatronetto Festival 2016) which continues to be part of Tmu-na Theatre’s repertoire, Jacob Jacob and Good Parents as part of the Playwrights’ Project (Tzavta), and The Celebration is Over (Tzavta). He also adapted and directed Roberto Zucco by Bernard-Marie Koltès (Shiva)