Nothing is Impossible. First in Tel Aviv, then in London, audiences rose to cheer the world’s only professional deaf-blind ensemble’s captivating and magical tour of their inner world. As bread is kneaded, formed and baked on stage, these extraordinary storytellers convey their memories and dreams. Transformative. Moving. Profound. Educational. Unforgettable. These are just a few of the words used to describe this once-in-a-lifetime experience that brings the theatrical and culinary arts together in an unprecedented way around one of the most fascinating human conditions mankind has ever known.
“One of the most remarkable, most humbling and most profoundly affecting theatrical experiences you will ever have.”The Mail On Sunday (UK)
Directed by Nalaga’at’s celebrated Artistic Director Adina Tal, Not by Bread Alone garnered tremendous acclaim in its sold-out UK premiere at the 2010 LIFT Festival, and makes its highly anticipated U.S. premiere in this strictly limited engagement.
IMMERSE YOURSELF IN BLACKOUT AND CAFE KAPISH
Danny Meyer's Union Square Events is proud to partner with Nalaga'at to deliver a local version of the company's acclaimed, immersive, culinary offerings in Tel Aviv. In total darkness and served by blind waiters, touch, taste, and smell take the lead as diners at BlackOut experience one of the most unforgettable meals of their lives.
The Premium BlackOut experience is sold at an all-inclusive fixed package price that includes a three-course meal, wine or other beverage, gratuity, applicable taxes, and a premium orchestra seat to Not By Bread Alone. STRICTLY LIMITED SEATING. RESERVATIONS REQUIRED: 212.488.1505 (10am-3pm, M-F) Click here to see available seating times. Questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Added due to popular demand, the BlackOut Tasting experience is available on select dates and involves a three-part tasting menu with each creation providing a distinct taste and texture experience. Price includes choice of wine or other select beverage, applicable taxes, and gratuity. Tickets to Not By Bread Alone are not included with the BlackOut Tasting. Reservations for the BlackOut Tasting can be made here.
Café Kapish will offer an out of the ordinary experience for all ticket holders before and after performances. Come early and engage with the deaf and hearing-impaired staff through sign language only in a casual eating environment.
PERFORMED IN HEBREW WITH ENGLISH TRANSLATION AND SUBTITLES. SPECIAL PERFORMANCES WILL INCLUDE AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE AND AUDIO TRANSCRIPTION ON: JANUARY 22, 8PM; JANUARY 26, 6PM; JANUARY 30, 2PM; AND JANUARY 31, 8PM. ORCHESTRA LEFT SEATS WILL OFFER THE BEST VIEWS OF THE ASL INTERPRETERS FOR THESE FOUR PERFORMANCES.
POST-PERFORMANCE PANEL DISCUSSIONS ARE SCHEDULED FOR JANUARY 27, 4:30 PM: "UNDERSTANDING NALAGA'AT THEATER IN ISRAELI SOCIETY" AND JANUARY 31, 9:30 PM "DEAF AND DEAF-BLIND SPECTATORSHIP".
DIRECTOR ADINA TAL
CREATED & PERFORMED NALAGA'AT THEATER DEAF-BLIND ACTING ENSEMBLE
PRESENTED BY NYU SKIRBALL CENTER (L.JAY OLIVA, EXECUTIVE PRODUCER AND MICHAEL HARRINGTON, SENIOR DIRECTOR) IN ASSOCIATION WITH ARKTYPE/THOMAS O. KRIEGSMANN, ORIN WOLF, HOWARD AND JANET KAGAN, DAVID MILCH, AND MARTIN KARLINSKY. MADE POSSIBLE WITH THE LEADERSHIP SUPPORT OF THE NALAGA'AT HOST COMMITTEE AND THE OLIVA ENDOWMENT FUND.
THIS PROJECT IS SUPPORTED IN PART BY AN AWARD FROM THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FROM THE ARTS
OFFICIAL AIRLINE SPONSOR OF NOT BY BREAD ALONE
THANK YOU TO OUR ADDITIONAL SPONSORS
THANK YOU TO OUR COMMUNITY PARTNERS
The 14th Street Y
America-Israel Cultural Foundation
American Friends of The Hebrew University
Artists 4 Israel
The Bronfman Center for Jewish Student Life
The Council for the Study of Disability
The Consulate General of Israel
Israel Committee of Park Slope Jewish Center
The James Beard Foundation
The JCC in Manhattan
The Jewish Deaf Resource Center
The New York Region of the Anti-Defamation League
ReelAbilities: NY Disabilities Film Festival
Taub Center for Israel Studies
United Jewish Appeal-Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York, Inc.
Photos by Liron Almog