"What is the aspiration of someone clean? To be photographed next to someone dirty; that is the basis of composition" From: Queen of the Bath  ·  Translation: Evan Fallenberg  ·  Photo: Israel Haramati
"A crack has opened – and now a chasm will" From: Bachelors and Bachelorettes  ·  Translation: Naaman Tammuz  ·  Photo: Isaiah Feinberg
"Who said there was no god? there is a god, but he’s Turkish" From: A Winter Funeral  ·  Translation: Naaman Tammuz  ·  Photo: Kasia Chmura
"Even murderers and whores yawn and drink tea" From: The Child dreams  ·  Translation: Jessica Cohen & Evan Fallenberg  ·  Photo: Pessi Girsh, by courtesy of The Habima Theatre Archive
"Expectation, expectation, what would we do without you in our loo?" From: The Whore from Ohio  ·  Translation: Evan Fallenberg  ·  Photo: Gadi Dagon, by courtesy of The Cameri Theatre Archive
"And what’s with all the accounting?! Life goes by, and instead of taking part in it we’re busy settling accounts!" From: Rubber Merchants  ·  Translation: Evan Fallenberg  ·  Photo: Israel Haramati, by courtesy of The Cameri Theatre Archive
"Someone wants me. There’s someone who’ll cry over my coffin. There’s crying, ladies and gentlemen. I don’t have the patience to wait, I hope I die an hour after the wedding" From: Yaacobi and Leidental  ·  Translation: Naaman Tammuz  ·  Photo: Gadi Dagon, by courtesy of The Cameri Theatre Archive
"Child - a loose baby tooth in the mouth of a rotting world" From: The Constant Mourner  ·  Translation: Jessica Cohen & Evan Fallenberg  ·  Photo: Radi Rubinstein, by courtesy of The Cameri Theatre Archive
"Some of the time, he’s sick. The rest of the time, he thinks he’s sick" From: Krum  ·  Translation: Jessica Cohen & Evan Fallenberg  ·  Photo: Yaakov Agor's collection, The Israeli Center for the Documentation of the Performing Arts, Tel Aviv University