The House By The Lake is a musical cabaret for actresses, dolls and objects. The show premiered in Israel’s accalimed Acco Festival for Alternative Theater, and enjoys a successful run in theaters in Israel. The show had its European premier in Paris’ Théâtre de la Cité Internationale in June 2012 and continued to tour Theater festivals across Europe.
From the depth of an unspeakable memory, through the gaze of a disenchanted cabaret singer, comes to life a story of three sisters during the holocaust. As darkness closes in on them, they struggle to maintain the
life they once knew, and escape into a strange game of make-believe. The show explores a world of stolen childhoods, life and family torn apart. But even in the face of the darkest of nightmares, the power of imagination and creation cannot be silenced.
The House By The Lake
"An original and highly imaginative piece that succeeds in creating a delicate and beautiful theatrical world, which combines the humor and the terror of the situation" - Shai Bar Yaakov, Yediot Aharonot
The House By The Lake was created by Yael Rasooly and Yaara Goldring.
Co-created and performed by Edna Blilious, Rinat Sterenberg and Yael Rasooly.
Music and Lyrics: Nadav Wiesel
Stage and Costume design: Maureen Freedman
Puppet design: Maayan Resnick
Assistant puppet and object maker : Noa Abend
Sound Design: Binya Reches
Lighting Design: Asi Gottesman
Assistant Director: Michal Vaknin