An adaptation for an actor, a box of pictures, a camera, and a flooded stage.
Following his seafaring travels, Gulliver returns home and secludes himself.
He refuses to meet people, converses only with two horses that he bought,
and ponders the nature of humankind.
At the end of five years of isolation,
he has his first conversation with his wife, telling her his story.
Now, he invites you to listen as well.
Before you hear it from anyone else.
Produced by HaZira Performance Art Arena and directed by Zvi Sahar, this adaptation focuses on the lesser-known side of Swift’s classic work –the recognition of the inherent cruelty of human society.
Directed by Zvi Sahar
Produced by HaZira Performance Art Arena
Yuval Fingerman, Performer
Chihiro Ishiyama, Performer and Cinematographer
Michal Vaknin / Li Lorian, Performer
Ofer Laufer, Light Designer
Live Music by Gai Sherf
Nili Dvier, Set Designer
Huge Thanks to Performer Emmanuel Hannoun for his part in the progress.