365-day innovative artistic-social venture in a historical building before its demolition
The Clipa Theater, an inventive and unique performing arts group, is creating a temporary home in the space of a former synagogue in the Kerem Hateimanim neighborhood. Combining elements of theater, dance, design, and music, the group prides itself on pushing boundaries, provoking the imagination, and pushing us to rethink our perception of the world. Before the 18th century building, also formerly used by the Ezrat A’chim Association, gets destroyed in favor of another skyscraper, the group is “allowing it to become once more a house for contradictions, revolutionary ideas and extraordinary one time artistic collaborations.” The venue will be a flexible cultural space, transforming monthly according to chosen social-political topics like Kosher corruption and sexual harassment. Explore Israeli reality through uncompromising artistic expression in Kerem Hateimanim’s historic old synagogue on Ha’Rav Kook St.
|Venue name:||Clipa 37|
37 Ha’Rav Kook St