Deca’le is a show for all ages that celebrates the rich repertoire of Ohad Naharin and Batsheva Dance Company, and is based on Naharin’s DecaDance. The audience is invited to step into the company’s playground and get to know iconic moments from Naharin’s works.
A unique and thrilling experience that awaken the senses, expands the heart, and moves the body. For grownups and little ones alike.
- The list of works is subject to changes
- recommended for children age 5 and up
- Performed by The Batsheva Ensemble season 2022-2023:
Gili Yaniv Amodai, Adi Blumenreich, Maya Botzer Simhon, Emil Brukman, Holden Cole, Lounes Landri, Li-En Hsu, Terrance Matthews, Mermoz Melchior, Roni Milatin, Kylie Miller, Dor Nahum, Sofiia Pikalova, Adi Schwarz, Ido Toledano, Naomi Turnpo, Annika Verplancke
Apprentices: Mika Goren, Niv Kabiri, Ori Mbazbaz, Leann Reizer.
- New choreographies of excerpts from Seder (2007), Sadeh21 (2011), Yag (1996), Anaphase (1993), Naharin's Virus (2001), Kyr (1990), Max (2007), Zachacha (1998)
- Lighting design Avi Yona Bueno (Bambi)
- Costume Design Rakefet Levi / Fittings: Eri Nakamura
- Soundtrack Design and Edit Maxim Waratt
- Text Maxim Waratt
- Music Recado Bossa Nova by Laurindo Almeida & The Bossa Nova All-Stars, Gopher Mambo by Yma Sumac, Choo Choo Cha Cha by Rinky Dinks, Blue Rhumba by Rolley Polley, Chihuahua by Luis Oliveira, Glow Worm Cha Cha Cha by Jackie Davis, It Must be True by John Buzon trio, Stones Start Spinning by David Darling, Arab folk music arranged by Habib Alla Jamal and Khader Shama, Illusion by Maxim Waratt, Echad mi Yodea arranged and performed by Ohad Naharin and The Tractor’s Revenge, Somewhere Over the Rainbow by Harold Arlen and adapted by Marusha, Hooray for Hollywood by Don Swan & His Orchestra, Sway by Dean Martin, Hava Nagila arranged by Dick Dale, Train by Goldfrapp, Issa Nori by Maxim Waratt, Pictures by Ohad Fishof & Maxim Waratt, 8412 by Neina, Track No.2 from Dadada Ism by Yapoos, Untitled track 2 by Gas, Riacho by Guem
- Text Ohad Naharin inspired by Charles Bukowski
- Text about the piece Shira Vitaly
- World Premiere October, 2012, Suzanne Dellal Center, Tel-Aviv