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War, Peace and Infinity
June 3, 2014   
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A play entitled Touch the Water, Touch the Wind at the Jewish Theater in Warsaw introduces audiences to a novel of the same title by one of Israel’s greatest writers, Amos Oz.

The stage adaptation begins in 1939, when the main character, a Jewish teacher named Pomeranz, escapes from the Germans through a chimney into a forest and then uses his levitation skills to fly over Europe all the way to the Promised Land. When he arrives, he delivers an Infinity Formula to restore peace to the world.

Touch the Water, Touch the Wind is a colorful and lyrical, but also tragic and bitter story that aims to show that war is ingrained in the human psyche and affects people on many levels. The play delves into what happens when an established order collapses and chaos rules, even though mankind has always craved peace and comfort.


Jewish Theater; 12/16 Grzybowski Sq.

For details of upcoming performances, go to www.teatr-zydowski.art.pl
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