Narrator; Old Greek
Albert Danon, accountant
Nadia Danon, his wife; Miriam, prostitute nun; Bettine Carmel, widow
Enrico David (Rico), their son
Dita Inbar, his girlfriend
Dubi Dombrov, film producer
play written and directed by
original music by
Avi-Yonah Bueno (Bambi)
Date of the opening: december 10, 2010
Not far from the sea, Mr. Albert Danon lives in Amirim Street, alone. He is fond of olives and feta; a mild accountant, he lost his wife not long ago. Nadia Danon died one morning of ovarian cancer, leaving some clothes, a dressing table, some finely embroidered place mats. Their only son, Enrico David, has gone off mountaineering in Tibet.
Here in Bat Yam the summer morning is hot and clammy but on those mountains night is falling. Mist is swirling low in the ravines. A needle-sharp wind howls as though alive, and the fading light looks more and more like a nasty dream. At this point the path forks: one way is steep. The other gently sloping.
The most experimental novel of Oz that mixes between genres and inserts the writer himself as a character in the plot, Transformed in the hands of Snir, into a theatrical journey, a multi -layer carnival, full of surprises.