How Much Sky in the Sky?

How Much Sky in the Sky?

Inspired by the poems and stories of A. Hillel. A captivating musical performance. Two actresses tell, sing and use masks and puppets to perform the whimsical and humorous tales of famed Israeli poet, A. Hillel. Experience the best of Israeli children’s classics, including “Good Morning,” “What’s in the Legs,” “Two Geese,” “The Fox and the Stork,” “It’s Sad to be the King of the Animals,” and more.


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Poems and Stories: A. Hallel | Writing and Editing: Tal Omer | Direction: Haim Abud | Vocal coaching: Hila Gonan | Costumes: Merav Nethaniel Danon | Masks, puppets, and props: Einat Sanderovich | Puppetry guidance: Ilan Savir | Cast: Ella Goffer Abud and Orit Peres | Photography and editing: Nimrod Tzin and Jonathan Shachuch

Supported by: The Pais Fund – The Pais Council for Culture and Arts with the assistance of EVE – Israeli Independent Artists Organization.

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