From State-Building to Art: ‘As the Fireflies Disappear’ and the Inbal Dance Theater’s Transformation
This year’s festival, ‘As The Fireflies Disappear,’ has a unique focus on dance, bringing to the stage dancers from across the genres to explore the then, now and future of the State of Israel.
The women of Gush Etzion put on an uplifting song and dance show for the past ten years. The video gives an inside look to the less serious side of the special people who live in Judea.
Dance with the children of Ariel, a thriving Israeli city in Samaria, as it celebrates 40 years!
Vital Zinger not only knows how to dance in a wheelchair and succeed in disabled sport, she has the pride, determination and spirit to work past any adversity!
Join Nadav and Tamar as they meet and swing dance through the city’s magical sites, from the Old City to the Israel Museum!
You’ve never seen a flash mob like this! Hundreds of young Torah students fill central squares in the Old City and the center of Jerusalem to dance together to music praising God!
Israeli folk dancing takes its inspiration from traditions all over the world – just like Israel itself!
What does Shaquille O’Neal have to do with the coming of Messiah? Maybe more than you’d think.
University students at the Technion Institute of Technology in Israel have combined technology and dance to teach the story of Passover in a whole new way!
It seems like a typical day at the beautiful beach in Tel Aviv until one man breaks out into dance…and then dozens of people follow suit!