Uncle Moshiko takes Roy to an amusement park. Even though Roy rides all the rides and wins a bunch of prizes, he still isn’t happy.
With their return home, Uncle Moshiko decides to read the beloved “The Fisherman and the Goldfish” by Alexander Pushkin, whose creations are thought of as masterpieces in international literature, to Roy.
The story comes to life on the stage and greets us with a good-hearted fisherman and his wife, who is never content and with a goldfish who has just learned how to make wishes come true in fish school.
This is a thrilling and colorful dance theater show made with video art, accompanied by the tunes of musical highlights by Mozart, Khachaturian, Strauss and other artists. The show brings a new interpretation, full of humor, to this famous story.
Choreography and Artistic Direction: Yoram Karmi
Play: Shirley Deshe
Director: Amit Afta
Stage Design: Batia Segel and Michael Pik
Costume Design: Limor Hershko
Video Art: Sivan Presler, Nitai Shalem
Soundtrack Design: Lior Ronen
Light Design: Rotem Elroy
Concept and Artistic Advisor: Yifat Yatach Ron, Ayala Hauptman
Goldfish : Alon Sandler
Fisherman: Erez Weiss
Fisherman's Wife: Nofar Levinger