Motherland – Rachel Erdos

Beit Mazia Theater, Tuesday December 4, 6pm

Dancers: Tomer Giat, Ofir Yannai, Geva Zaibert
Content advisor: Eyal Sagui- Bizawe
Motherland: Questions of identity and belonging. Do we ever really belong? Where do we put down our roots? Are we in a constant search for a place to call our homeland or is it a myth we have grown up on? What price do we pay for this fairy tale?
This work was co produced by: MASH, Between the Seas: Mediterranean Performance Lab & R.E.D and supported by Ministry Of Culture & Choreographers Association.


Rachel Erdos

Rachel Erdos is an award-winning independent choreographer living and working in Tel Aviv, Israel She received her MA from The Laban Centre London specializing in choreography. Rachel won first prize in the AICC International choreography competition in Aarhus, Denmark in 2008 and in 2009 won City Dance Ensemble’s commissioning project, Washington DC. In 2012 Rachel was awarded the prize for artist of the year in the field of dance by The Ministry of Absorption, Israel. In 2014 she was awarded NorthWest Dance Project’s Pretty Creative Commission prize, Portland USA. In 2015 Rachel was awarded prize for independent choreographer of the year 2015 by The Ministry of Culture, Israel. Rachel was one of the featured choreographers in Springboard 2018, Montreal, Canada. Her work has been shown in some of the most prestigious venues including The Kennedy Centre, Washington DC, The Joyce, New York and the Royal Opera House London.