by Yael Rasooly
Saturday, July 15 | 8pm
Sunday, July 16 | 3pm
A lonely secretary escapes from her boring job into a world of cinematic daydreams. But as imagination and reality collide, her romantic tale becomes a Hitchcock nightmare! This extraordinary one-woman show celebrates classic film with witty scenography and brilliant comedic acting.
"An artfully quirky solo performance" -- The New York Times
"Paper Cut" is currently on an extensive tour around the globe. The show has won several international awards and has toured in over 30 international festivals.
ABOUT THE PERFORMER:
Yael Rasooly has trained as a classical singer and studied theatre design in London. She began developing her unique theatrical language at the School of Visual Theatre in Jerusalem, where she specialized in directing, puppetry, and design, and graduated with excellence. Since 2006, Yael has been creating independent theatre works and performing at leading international festivals throughout Europe, the United States, South America, and the Far East. Her theatrical language is based on a multidisciplinary approach, combining different forms of theatre, puppetry, visual art, and music. She has received numerous awards and prizes, including a diploma of distinction from UNIMA, the World Puppetry Organization. She often gives workshops for adult puppetry and object theatre, combining the use of the singing voice, as well as lectures about this field in the contemporary scene, and her own artistic creation and path. She has been invited to teach and lecture at institutions such as New York University, Muhlenberg College, UQAM (Université du Québec à Montréal), and DAMU (Academy of Performing Arts in Prague). Visit her to learn more about her many shows and projects at www.yaelrasooly.com.