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An original immersive show nspired by the mythological story of the murder of Haim Arlosoroff and based on archive materials connected to the murder.

Tamara Branek has been creating movies with participation of hundreds of extras for many years. This is her first production in Israel. The idea for the musical occured to her accidentally after Tamara’s grandmother, Olga Branek passed away, and Tamara found 7 unknown expressionist paintings from the early 30’s in her grandmother’s attic

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Beit Ha’Ir Museum becomes a movie set: dozens of hidden and visible cameras document everything happening on set. As an audience member you take the role of a stand-in and walk into various movie scenes, take part in these scenes and influence them.

Branek creates the movie musical of Arlosoroff’s murder with you.

Will the musical solve the mystery that no one has been able to crack for 85 years?

Get yourself a ticket and reserve your spot in a cinematic-theatrical-musical experience like no one has ever seen.

11.10 | Thursday | 20:30  

מכאן עיצוב סלולר בלבד

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An original immersive show nspired by the mythological story of the murder of Haim Arlosoroff and based on archive materials connected to the murder.

Tamara Branek has been creating movies with participation of hundreds of extras for many years. This is her first production in Israel.

The idea for the musical occured to her accidentally after Tamara’s grandmother, Olga Branek passed away, and Tamara found 7 unknown expressionist paintings from the early 30’s in her grandmother’s attic

[typed string0=”An examination in the institute of forensic art discovered that the paintings were a part of the story of Arlosoroff’s murder and might contain encrypted information pertaining to the case, which has yet to be revealed to the public.

Inspired by these paintings and after conducting thorough research of the archives, Branek took on the filming of a musical which uncovers the roots of the mystery. ” typeSpeed=”20″ startDelay=”100″ backSpeed=”2″ backDelay=”10″]

Beit Ha’Ir Museum becomes a movie set: dozens of hidden and visible cameras document everything happening on set. As an audience member you take the role of a stand-in and walk into various movie scenes, take part in these scenes and influence them.

Branek creates the movie musical of Arlosoroff’s murder with you.

Will the musical solve the mystery that no one has been able to crack for 85 years?

Get yourself a ticket and reserve your spot in a cinematic-theatrical-musical experience like no one has ever seen.

*Show duration: approximately 2 hours. The show requires walking or standing.

Branek fills Beit Ha’Ir museum with her specially designed movie sets, inspired by the paintings her grandmother created. When you visit the exhibition, we invite you to admire the sets, videos and photos taken with the audience during the shows, as well as browse select archive materials that were creatively curated.

11.10 | Thursday | 20:30  

Who Killed Arlosoroff? The Exhibition
Beit Ha’Ir museum, Bialik no. 27, Tel Aviv

Open:
Monday-Thursday 9:00-17:00
Friday-Saturday/Holidays 10:00-14:00
Sunday closed

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