Mystorin Theatre Group

specializes in outdoor ,site specific and immersive performances in urban environments and alternative spaces and has been active in this scene for the past decade. The inspiration for each piece comes from local history. The ensemble has initiated artistic events throughout the city of Jerusalem, all over Israel, and at festivals overseas.

Lead by Yulia Ginis

Lead by Yulia Ginis -a graduate of the Visual Theatre School in Jerusalem – Mystorin Theatre formulates a unique one-of-a-kind Israeli theatre genre. The performances draw the spectators into an interactive fantastical world and transform each member of the audience into an active partner in the creation and interpretation of the plot.

Our performances are individualized by a creative and logistic flexibility which allows them to take place in alternative spaces in front of a diverse audience under challenging technical conditions.

We believe

We believe in breaking through the boundaries of reality by creating magical and mystical worlds everywhere. We believe in theatre which utilizes everyday life as its stage – theater which breaks the routine to create a single fairytale moment of beauty and spirituality in the least expected places; a performance which appears with no previous warning engulfing the audience in a multi-sensory experience of a surreal poetic dream.

We believe in the ability of theatre in the public space and site specific art to be the tool to reinvent urban spaces and make them a focus of an active public participation in urban creativity

Each of the performances you can find on the next pages is the culmination of a fascinating creative process.

Название спектакля

Прародителем текста-рыбы является известный “Lorem Ipsum” – латинский текст, ноги которого растут аж из 45 года до нашей эры. Сервисов по созданию случайного текста на основе Lorem Ipsum великое множество, однако все они имеют один существенный недостаток: их “рыба текст” подходит лишь для англоязычных ресурсов/проектов.

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