"Based on S. Ansky's 19th century folk legend, a dybbuk in Hebrew means attachment, clinging. It is a spirit that possesses a human being. Incorporating interactive media projection, contemporary dance fused with the technical grace of ballet, and opera in an immensely theatrical presentation." (from the website below)
Sounds beautiful! Who would like to come to this with me?
The show starts at 4:15pm, and runs for one hour. I will be at the venue at 3:45pm. I will hold a small bouquet of flowers so that you can spot me in the line-up.
I also recommend buying a ticket in advance, in case the show sells out.