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First City Improv- Final Performance




Wednesday, March 7 at 8 PM - 10 PM
Cost: NIS 20 for 1 ticket, NIS 30 for 2 tickets- so bring a friend!
First City Improv has been a mainstay of the AACI and of J-Town Playhouse for the past five years. Sadly, all good things must come to an end. This will be our final show at AACI in our current format. We may come back at some point in the future, but for now, this will be our swan song. 

With invitations and guest appearances by former members of the troupe, First City Improv will have one heck of a sendoff final performance and blowout party. On March 7th, you won't want to be anywhere else. 

Bringing you the best of short and long form improv, one last time! 

First City Improv wishes to thank AACI-Israel and the staff and volunteers who made the center feel like our home for the past five years. 

Come one come all, and help us send First City Improv off in style!


Ruby Tuesday Concert
Join Rafael Apfel, Miri Fraenkel, Eric Guth and Aviella Trapido for an evening of George Gershwin and an evening of Cole Porter.
Piano Accompaniment by Daphne Coleman.
Come enjoy the classics with these talented singers together with a glass of wine. They're The Top!
March 6th @ 8:00pm - An Evening with Gershwin
March 13th @ 8:00pm - Love Letters to Porter
To reserve tickets call 02.566.1181
AACI’S J-Town Playhouse presents: Assassins
For tickets: Purchase here or  call 02-566-1181 ext. 311.
“Assassins” imagines what nine men and women who attempted to assassinate the president of the United States (four of them successfully) would have said to each other and to us if they could. They are convinced they were lied to, that they were promised the American dream, their prize, and then forgotten and ignored. “No one listens,” they repeat. John Wilkes Booth quotes Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman: “Attention must be paid”. “Everybody’s got the right to be happy,” goes the opening number. “The country is not what it was,” declares Booth.  
Surprisingly funny, stirring, and thought-provoking, “Assassins” is a candid exploration of the American psyche. A tragic comedy about how a country built on dreams can lead to chaos and despair. This play is thoroughly timely.
With music and lyrics by eight-time Tony Award winner Stephen Sondheim and an incisive book by John Weidman, “Assassins” is a musical and dramatic masterpiece.
Featuring some of the best English-speaking actors in Israel, musical direction by Nadav Amir-Himmel, and direction by Layla Schwartz (Avenue Q, First Date, & Next to Normal at J-Town Playhouse) this is going to be a smokingly good production.
I Never Saw Another Butterfly
Performance dates:
Special Yom Hashoa Ceremony & Performance- April 11th at 18:00
Matinee Performances:
April 12, 17, 25, 17:30
Evening Performances:
April 16, 23, 26, 30, 19:30
Cost: NIS 85/ 65 AACI members
Email israeltheatersource@gmail.com for group discounts
I Never Saw Another Butterfly is a moving play that tells the story of Raja, a child survivor of the Theresienstadt Ghetto. Together with the children of the camp, they share their stories and experiences while retaining a world of butterflies and flowers.
Special Yom Hashoah ceremony on April 11th followed by a run of 8 performances.
Directed by Malka Abrahams together with a talented cast, this show is a beautiful and meaningful tribute to the children of Theresienstadt.
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