A story about the emotional injuries suffered by Lenny and Rafi – a young man and woman who share a painful childhood memory.

Written and Directed by: Yehezkel Lazarov

Stage and Costume Design: Yehezkel Lazarov and Anat Meruk

Lighting Design: Ziv Voloshin

Sound Design: Rotem Dror

Music: excerpts from the soundtrack of "The Way of the Dragon"

Choreography: Yehezkel Lazarov

Assistant Director: Tali Regev

Actors: Shiri Gadni\Sharon Tal, Alon Friedman\Gal Friedman

First premiered as part of Jerusalem Theater 2013.

Chosen to participate in the "International Exposure for Israeli Theater" program.

Rafi has been secretly in love with Lenny for as long as he can remember. As a child, he was the only silent witness to the abuse Lenny suffered at the hands of her father. For the past three years, Rafi has been following his childhood sweetheart. When he realizes Lenny is planning to commit a crime to punish her father, Rafi asks her to fly with him to Alaska. The story of Lenny and Rafi moves back and forth in time, painting a portrait of two emotionally damaged characters with a shared childhood memory. Surrounded by associations to blazing flames and freezing ice, and suspended in the space between reality and the imagination, the Igloo is present as a peaceful haven at the heart of the couple's revenge fantasy.

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All Photographs by Daniel Kaminsky