For almost 60 years "Bat Sheva" has been synonymous in Israel with dance.
The troupe founded by Baroness Beth Sheva de Rothschild has become one of the most popular cultural institutions in the world, with even those who are not among the dance lovers in Israel familiar with its name.
In preparation for its new show, "Momo", the troupe brought "Israel Today" into the rehearsal room and behind the scenes - allowing a rare glimpse of its dancers, the preparations for the show, the rituals before going on stage and of course - the piece itself.
Yoni Simon, Adrian Lipson, Chen Agron and Igor Petshanchuk, the current generation of dancers of the troupe, opened up to the camera and revealed their personal stories - as well as their appreciation for choreographer Ohad Naharin and the way he made the field accessible to a wide audience.
Among other things, they told about the road they took to get to Bat Sheva, what their show day looks like, their personal plans regarding life after the band and what they think made Bat Sheva a household name.
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