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Recollection of Innocence

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A comedic play about Rafi, an Israeli soldier, whose recurring dreams and tragic memories battle his will for a normal life.

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Rafi always aspired to be a soldier, so when he reached the age of 18 he became a commander in the Israeli military. After enduring years of harsh combat, he finally returns to being a civilian. This tragic comedy explores a challenging and beautiful journey to reclaim one's sense of self through love. This solo piece is presented as part of Horse Trade's "Frigid Festival".

 

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"The main problem with 'Recollection of Innocence': It feels as though there's a hole at the center of the story. Kapulnik shows us fragments of his life, moments he recalls his innocence slipping away — but their arrangement doesn't always build a dramatically coherent picture. Sandra Glinka and Jonathan Iglesias offer support as various characters, but their relationship to Kapulnik isn't always clear enough." Full Review

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