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"This is it" on the way to the stage: "These are difficult days, we hope we will have a great break" - Voila! culture


The group "Zah Zah" announced that they will put on a show for the first time this summer at the Caesarea Amphitheater and at the Sultan's pool in the B-M, with songs and skits. D. Glickman: "Looking for a balance between making a statement and making it funny"

An interview with the five stars of "Zah Zah" - Gidi Gov, Shlomo Baraba, Moni Moshunov, Davala Glickman and Avi Kushnir, following the release of an original song for the first time in about 30 years.

January 2021 (interviewer: Sagi Ben Nun, photographer: Niv Aharonson, editing: Jordana Aboudi Fox)

Three years after the historic reunion of the "Zah Zah" group in Khan 11 following the outbreak of the Corona virus, and after over a hundred shows, the Fantastic Five announced today (Monday) a new show, which will premiere this summer.

The show will take place at the Caesarea Amphitheater on August 3 and 5, and on August 24 at the Sultan's Pool in Jerusalem.

Avi Kushnir, Gidi Gov, Davala Glickman, Muni Moshunov and Shlomo Baraba will perform cover versions of the show they performed in the show - among them "Iza Yom", "Millions", "Shadow of a Date Tree", "You won with me everything", "Deep Blue Evening" and "My second childhood" - and also some sketches.

As in the program on the screen, the show will also be signed by Amir Lekner for the musical management and arrangements, and Etti Ante-Segav for the editing and artistic management.

From the screen to the stage.

The members of "This is it" (Photo: Reuven Castro)

In response to the question of whether it is more difficult to create funny sketches in these difficult days for democracy, and what do they think their role is at this time, Davala Glickman said: "These are difficult days. And one of the most difficult things, for me and I know for others as well, is the complete addiction to the situation. The main concern has become the situation , and kind of forget to live. I also find myself constantly captivated by the phone, the Internet, the TV, the news. The situation becomes the main conversation with people, and there must be pauses of returning to life. And we are a pause. I hope we will be a great pause. In the end We are dealing with the most important thing, because life is not meant for survival needs - survival is meant for people to sing, to make plays, to laugh. I think that things like the ones we do are the most important things in what is called, excuse the word, culture."

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"We are looking for the balance between a kind of statement, a kind of point of view, the so-called situation, and just being funny," said Muni Moshunov, "we face it every day when we meet and read texts. It challenges us a lot, how to treat things, how to respond to them. The desire is of course to make fun, but the reality is different and constantly changing. The genetic code of our program is to relate to what is happening, and it does not belong to the left and it does not belong to the right, it belongs to us, as citizens, as people who have experiences in this country. And that is our code. And that It's not easy. But there is something in the power that connects us, with the help of our navigators, to really succeed in making people laugh. When there was the Gulf War, it was also difficult, they said, what, let's do skits? There's a war going on here! There's something about this show, it helps open things up, even for us as performers And to our audience."

Moni Moshunov and Davala Glickman (Photo: Reuven Castro)

"There is an opportunity here for an event that liberates, unites and allows us to be together. To stand together again," concluded Shlomo Baraba, "it feels very necessary these days. It's a privilege to be a part of it."

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Source: walla

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