A guest blog by Omer Shaik, a local actor playing Lorenzo in Theater in the Rough’s current production of The Merchant of Venice: in motion. Featured photo by Merav Blum. The Merchant of Venice has a weird ending. I mean, every play by Shakespeare has some interesting kinks to its ending – there is no… Continue reading On “The Merchant of Venice” and good Christian values
Author: Natan Skop
Natan is a founding member of Theater in the Rough, a group of community minded actors dedicated to bringing quality, affordable theatrical experiences to the Jerusalem audience. Natan also studies theater and works as a freelance web developer. (Photo by Yitz Woolf)
What does this community mean to you?
What makes a community? What consrtucts it, holds it together, keeps the joints oiled and the wheels rolling? The sum is always greater than its parts. In this case, the Jerusalem English Theater Community is made up of people, people who love theater in all of its forms. There are auditions, rehearsals, shows, tickets, cast parties, and… Continue reading What does this community mean to you?