The festival, a five-day event including performances, video presentations, and community classes, profiles nine of Israel’s up-and-coming dance groups.
Sadeh21 is roughly 6 weeks into its genesis, and it is scheduled to premiere at the Sherover Theatre as part of the Israel Festival in Jerusalem on May 25, 2011.
Easily the most extensive and tempting display of repertory on view this winter has come from Batsheva Dance Company, which has drawn local audiences to the Suzanne Dellal Centre with a series of performances.
On January 26, a celebration of Dr. Ruth Eshel’s work with both the Eskesta and Beta troupes will be held in Tel Aviv at the Inbal Ethnic Arts Center.
In June, a wave of contemporary dance from Israel is coming to New York as part of the annual La MaMa Moves Festival – and at the end of January, a gala evening offers a preview.