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19 November

SOS (The Song of Songs)

Poetic love texts from the “Song of Songs” are interwoven with the distressed sentiments prevalent in modern society, and with the eyewitness accounts of catastrophes—from the journalists of major news-sources, to an 18-year-old boy from the beginning of our era (Pliny the Younger’s age when he witnessed the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius, the destruction of Pompeii, and the death his uncle—prolific ancient Roman scholar, and writer, Pliny the Elder).

SOS: the worldwide standard Morse code signal of distress used in radiotelegraphic communication. The signal consists of three dots, followed by three dashes and then three more dots.

19 November 2018
Tel Aviv, Habait Theatre‭