The Jerusalem Post has an interesting article about Neil LaBute’s work being done in Israel.
LaBute believes that his work appeals to Israelis for its brutal but subtly sardonic exploration of how people face life and relationships either with or without courage.
“In a part of the world where people face danger in their day to day lives, where going out shopping could be taking your life in your hands, you are asked to be a different kind of person,” LaBute tells The Jerusalem Post. (read the rest of the article)
And speaking of Israeli theater I will post my thoughts on the Cameri Theater’s production of Hamlet (being performed at Signature Theater) very soon.