צילום: עומר סלע, אתר צה”ל
From one character to another, the players lined with wearing military disguises diverse audience. IDF website brings you a glimpse behind the scenes
תאריך: 16/03/2014, 18:33
מחבר: מיכל גלברד, אתר צה”ל
Costumes allow you to change the reality. They have a variety of options open to us to become, for a moment, another person. Purim often allows people to play the other characters. Not everyone is a once-in-a-lifetime experience: actors don’t exchange the IDF perfume, or wearing masks on their faces. As soldiers they serve.-Nevertheless, they embody images, officers, and plays within the service.
Before the light goes out and the music begins. CPL. Yuval sharabi, lex, cpl. Matan icon-era icon and URI Naor started the show. After 130 performances, the excitement is evident on my players. “Pressure is important, as long as it does not paralyze
It is true. It gives me energy, if I’m not nervous, I’m in trouble, “says era,
Beyond being one of the players play, is also set as Commander. “The pressure comes from a new place, though every show is facing new eyes”, he adds.
The show they put on, called only “army, in different sections, which display modes that can occur only in the army. In the kitchen, and keeping the players present the series which among various populations.
Light show and sound long rolling laughter from the audience, but its message is clear – they all have a place in the army, and the stereotypes: leave out.
“We reach an audience of soldiers who want to enjoy and unwind and bring the light. At the end of the way it came into consciousness. For every soldier that affect different but in the end something left at all “, argues URI. “I want to break that the soldiers and make them happy and if the way I can introduce their educational content is great,” says wait.
The entrance to the character, the person they are offstage character they represent, different for each. However, they claim that for them the transition does not. “Each of the characters that I play in is me. Those parts of me that I was an officer, “stresses Yuval. “Show time I play a variety of roles and no time to linger over each character before boarding. I’m playing great, too, too, too, television host and me too. In fact, all these are I. I stayed focused and I can highlight every time another feature, “.
The characters they play realistic, and can easily represent each Scout
In the show. “When I’m playing a character of Ethiopian I show in my eyes Ethiopian.
In the audience, and I think three things: How do I get him to empathize, not hurting it, and how I still do my job the best, “he says.
The players show their impact to the audience, eyes all a show the importance of their role in the education process. “What we do is important. Most soldiers didn’t know theater, and saw plays in their lives. We expose them to culture, “says Yuval. “We get to soldiers who already are tough-stereotype about theater, and they don’t come willingly, they are obliged to come to the show. It’s fun to see the change from the beginning to the end of the show, so they show TLC. There is a lot of satisfaction, “she says. Indeed, after the show, the actors moved outside when passing them by spectators. Many of the band members ‘ fun ‘ or a pat on the back, others are increasing and a short conversation and a handshake.
The band has recently gained unique experience-week intense performances in the South of the country. They boarded the bus, picked up, either the soundman and were happy. “I live in front of 20 soldiers stationed near Egypt. One of the soldiers approached me and said that he turned 21, and he was going to close another week and then said, ‘ you gave me motivation to continue ‘, “says. Player positions in the army.
Unknown to many, and the importance of IDF theater is not understood at first.
“The significance of the role is what you make of it. As long as you give your important service, put your values and try to make a difference – where is the meaning ”
On all costumes are a feeling of unlimited possibilities-we all get to be another character. At IDF Theater members it is second nature.
“The theater to me is freedom of expression. Where can I get wild in the valid.
I want to be. On stage it can be okay, wait.
Translated from Hebrew