On April 26, at 11.00 the Polish Institute in Tel Aviv will host a play for children inspired by Janusz Korczak’s work King Matthew I.
The play, the music and the songs will be an interactive show with the participation of the audience.
The artists and the actresses – Hila Raviv and Noga Nir-Fogel.
The book written by Korczak was originally published in Polish in 1923. It is the story of a prince, a boy called Matthew who at the age of 10 loses his parents – the king and the queen – and remains alone in the world. In accordance with the rules of the kingdom he becomes king and this very much changes his life. In the beginning of his rule he carries out bold reforms in order to improve the lot of the inhabitants of his kingdom and, especially, that of the children. However, despite his good intentions, reality prevents him from implementing the reforms.
Free entrance based on advance registration by mail : firstname.lastname@example.org