Spotlight on Israeli Culture presents

Conceived, Directed & Choreographed by Aharona Israel
Text: Aharona Israel, Asa Wolfson
Actors / Dancers / Vocals: Ilya Domanov,
Merav Dagan, Gal Shamai
Music: Udi Berner
Costumes: Liat Ezra
Stage Design: Aharona Israel
Performed in: English & Hebrew
Duration: 60 minutes

Three figures run in a circle, struggling to continue as they spiral into the depths of Israeli consciousness. As their journey becomes harder and more painful, their stories break down, revealing the wounds of contemporary Israeli society.

Combining dance, text, theatre, and gruelling physicality, Marathon uses the autobiographical stories of three performers to reflect a state of constant emergency. It is an exciting, visceral work that depicts the desperate need to hold onto ideas and ideals in an impossibly unstable world. Who will survive? And how?

Following its Toronto dates, Marathon will tour to Public Energy (Peterborough), Undercurrents festival (Ottawa), and the Chutzpah! Festival (Vancouver).
This is Marathon’s North American premiere.


The Theatre Centre
1115 Queen Street West


Wed. Feb. 4 – 7:30pm (English)
Thurs. Feb. 5 – 7:30pm
(Hebrew w/ English subtitles)
Fri. Feb. 6 – 7:30pm (English)


$30 General,
$20 Students, Seniors & Arts Workers


This program is part of the Spotlight on Israeli Culture festival taking place Feb – March 2015 in Toronto, read more about the other events at the Spotlight website.