The House by the Lake

The House by the Lake

Tuesday, March 10, 8 pm
Wednesday, March 11, 8 pm

Flanagan Theatre, Theatre Junction Grand  (606 1 Street SW)

$55 / $45 members

60 min

Implied violence and sexual content. Not suitable for young children.



An original and highly imaginative piece that succeeds in creating a delicate and beautiful theatrical world. –Shai Bar Yaakov, Yediot Arohonot

From the depth of unspeakable memories..

Through a haunted gaze, a cabaret singer tells the story of three sisters forced to hide in a tiny cold room during the Holocaust. Waiting for their mother to return, the sisters try preserving a shadow of the life they once knew. While reality’s falling apart, they create a fantastic and absurd world, proving imagination can’t be silenced even in the darkest times. Swinging between musical cabaret and contemporary puppetry for adults, humor and tragedy are woven together for a powerful theatrical experience.

Yael Rasooly and Yaara Goldring (Israel)

Since meeting as students of the School of Visual Theater in Jerusalem, directors Yael Rasooly and Yaara Goldring have developed compelling object and puppet theater for adult audiences. Their images and stories juxtapose a delicate pairing of humour with a terrifying situation.

Hazira Performance Art Arena (Jerusalem, Israel)

Encompassing theater, dance, video arts, and multimedia, HaZira is an important artistic institution unique to the heart of Israel’s local cultural discourse

Ce spectacle a été réalisé avec le soutien de la Fondation Azrieli

This production has been realised with the support of the Azrieli Foundation   |

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