Category Archives: 2011-12 Season

Audience Reviews – December, 2011

Please find some of the responses we’ve gotten to our December Audience Reviews Survey: “It was such a gift for the Emerson Hillel community to work with Guy Ben-Aharon and Israeli Stage to bring Savyon Liebrecht’s The Banality of Love… Continue reading

Category 2011-12 Season, Audience Reactions, Touring Show

Raise a Glass: Our Past and Our Future

Dear Friends of Israeli Stage, It’s hard to believe that only one year ago Israeli Stage was created. Since November of 2010, we have put on two regional premieres (Possessions and A Night in May), two American premieres (Wanderers and The Banality of Love), and one world premiere (To the End of the Land). I… Continue reading

Category 2011-12 Season, Birthday Celebrations, Letter from Guy

In the Press – The Banality of Love, 2011-12 Season

The Jewish Advocate | November 2011 The Arts Fuse | December 2011 “In the Israeli Stage’s reading, Craig Mathers was particularly striking as the young Heidegger of the 1920s and ‘30s. As mentioned in an interview on Israeli Stage’s own website, the actor… Continue reading

Category 2011-12 Season, Press

Craig Mathers: Thoughts on philosophy and Heidegger

We had a conversation with actor Craig Mathers, who will be portraying Young Martin Heidegger in the U.S. Premiere of Savyon Liebrecht’s The Banality of Love (11/17 at Emerson College and 11/20 at the Goethe Institut), about Heidegger and philosophy… (Martin Heidegger and Hannah… Continue reading

Category 2011-12 Season, Our Artist's Muses

To the End of the Land at Harvard University

Thank you to all those who attended To the End of the Land at Harvard University! It is continuously humbling to see full houses attending our work, and forming a connection with Israeli culture. November marks Israeli Stage’s first birthday, so we… Continue reading

Category 2011-12 Season, Letter from Guy