A visual theater, in which visual elements, movement, objects, puppets and light play a central role, usually reserved for the text.

Is it possible to communicate without verbal language? Can visual theater be used as a language? What happens when the text is omitted from the theater? Can a story be told universally by hand movements? How does one move and excite the audience when the "players" are objects? Why work with puppets and objects? The audience will have an opportunity to actively participate in the meeting and create a dialogue with the actor.

Pablo Ariel, one of the leading artists of the visual theater in Israel and the world. Pablo tells anecdotes, shows videos clips and examples of his work, demonstrating the essence of his art and the way it developed in Israel