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Israeli production of Kafka’s Harem

Talia Levin has translated Kafka’s Harem into Hebrew and will also star in the Israeli production which will be performed in Tel Aviv.

Scene 6 (fragment)

MILENA: He was ill, Dora. He had to attach himself to someone. You just came along at the right time.

DORA: He wasn’t too ill to choose, Milena! He chose me. He thought he would get better. I thought he would get better.

MILENA: And then? What would you have done?

DORA: We would have emigrated to Tel Aviv and have opened a restaurant. I would be the cook and he would be the waiter.

MILENA: You know how to cook for one, not for a room full of people. And he? A waiter? My god, Dora! He’s a writer!

DORA: We would have succeeded.

MILENA: And what about his writing?

DORA: His writing! His writing! I don’t care about his writing! It wasn’t important in our relationship! I fell in love with a man, not with a writer. He’d changed, Milena. He didn’t have to write anymore. He had me. I was enough.

Kafka’s Harem

wordt opgevoerd door Scat Cameleon onder regie van Manon Barthels!


Vrijdag 15 mei 20.15

Zaterdag 16 mei 20.15

Zondag 17 mei 14.15


Zeebelt Theater, De Constant Rebecqueplein 20A, Den Haag


kafka@scatcameleon.nl of 06-20582199