Support Free Summer Shakespeare in Jerusalem!

“And I be pleased to give ten thousand ducats” – Shylock, Merchant of Venice; 4-1

Chanel Lallouz and Avital Sykora. Photo by Yitz Woolf. Makeup by Cassy Wainer. Costumes by Bayla Lewis.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream: in motion, August 7-21

Theater in the Rough is dedicated to offering quality and accessible, affordable theatrical experiences, including summer Shakespeare in Jerusalem.
Our funding comes from theater enthusiasts like you. Thank you!

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Since 2010, Theater in the Rough has:

Chanel Lallouz, David Hilfstein and Avital Sykora. Photo by Yitz Woolf. Makeup by Cassy Wainer. Costumes by Bayla Lewis.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream: in motion, August 7-21
  • Presented 30+ performances to more than 6,000 theater-goers of all ages
  • Offered more than 20 workshops to performers at all levels of training
  • Created a living and working community of artists, performers and theater-lovers

What do we need?

Theater in the Rough’s productions are performed and managed by local artists, primarily volunteering their time.

Your donation will help us continue to present quality, free Shakespeare in Jerusalem and beyond!

Chanel Lallouz and Avital Sykora. Photo by Yitz Woolf. Makeup by Cassy Wainer. Costumes by Bayla Lewis.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream: in motion, August 7-21

Last year, an estimated 2,200 people saw our production of Richard III: in motion. If each of those 2,200 fans gave ₪13, just $4, we’d be done with this campaign today!

What can I do to help?

Make a donation, any amount helps. Spread the word! Tell your friends (or enemies) online, offline, and everywhere in between! Share this page now with your friends.

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Everyone loves free Shakespeare

“Judging by the response on Facebook to Theater in the Rough’s nine performance season of Richard III… it may very well have to put on a 10th show by popular demand.” – Greer Fay Cashman in The Jerusalem Post

“I was a little unsure about taking my 4yo to see a two hour Shakespeare…[she] was fascinated from start to finish…We were so engrossed we didn’t have time for our picnic.” – Rachel Selby in Midlife Singlemum blog

“I had the privilege to attend Theater in the Rough’s production of Richard III, absolutely free in Jerusalem’s Bloomfield Gardens…So well-conceived. They were vibrant, real, fantastic.” – Miriam Metzinger

“Brilliant. Brilliant. And did I mention. Brilliant. So proud to know you all. Spreading the word that everyone should come see one of the next seven performances.” – Sandy Cash

“I thoroughly enjoyed last night’s opening performance of Theater in the Rough, ‘Richard III: in motion’ in the lovely Bloomfield Gardens. It is a free, fun and culturally enriching event. No reason for anyone to miss it.” – Sara Halevi

”היה מצוין! כדאי מאוד מאוד!“ – Yossi Ohana

hotos: Yitz Woolf. Makeup: Cassy Wainer. Costumes: Bayla Lewis. Actors: Chanel Lallouz, David Hilfstein and Avital Sykora.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream: in motion, August 7-21

 

Help us provide free theater to as many people as possible.

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Bar Kayma
Hillel 4, apt 13
94581 Jerusalem
Israel

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רחוב הלל 4, דירה 13
ירושלים 94581

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Beneficiary details:
Bar Kayma
Bank Benleumi (31) // Main Branch (012) //
Account no. 409036218

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חשבון מס’ 409036218


Theater in the Rough is an independent project operating as part of Bar-Kayma for Culture, Art, Music and Peace (Registered non-profit)

תיאטרון בתזוזה פועל כפרויקט עצמאי במסגרת עמותת בר-קיימא לתרבות, אמנות, מוסיקה ושלום (ע”ר)

Photos: Yitz Woolf. Makeup: Cassy Wainer.
Costumes: Bayla Lewis. Faeries: Chanel Lallouz, David Hilfstein and Avital Sykora.

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