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Cleveland Public Theatre presents Israeli physical theatre company

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The Visual Theatre of Emanuella Amichai’s “The Neighbor’s Grief is Greener”

Onstage October 23-25

"...Boldly, brashly and bravely were the archetypal images of 1950s Americana – housewives, pinup gals, the hierarchy of popularity recreated onstage, stretched to the max and then turned upsidedown in colourful, extraordinary, bombastic fashion…”

Executive Director of Cleveland Public Theatre’s Raymond Bobgan has announced the recent addition to the 2014-2015 season line-up. Cleveland Public Theatre will be partnering with the Jewish Federation of Cleveland to bring the Israeli physical theatre company, The Visual Theatre of Emanuella Amichai who will be performing “The Neighbor’s Grief is Greener”.

“Neighbor’s Grief” is a noir visual work that was inspired by all phases of the 1950’s in America including the music, television and conspicuous consumer culture. The program combines physical theatre, contemporary dance and award winning production design to tell the story of three women and a man living together in the sterile environment of an atypical suburban kitchen of the 50s.

Winner of

• Best performance Quality Label MOVE AWARD
European committee for visual theatre,
• Best actors
Valise International Theater Festival (Poland)
• Best choreography and stage movement design
Acco International Fringe theatre festival (Israel)
• Best costume design
Acco International Fringe theatre festival (Israel)

Show & Ticket Details

“The Neighbor’s Grief is Greener” runs Thursday October 23 through Saturday October 25. Performances are Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in CPT’s Gordon Square Theatre, 6415 Detroit Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44102.

Tickets are $12-28 and available starting July 15th. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit us online at or call the CPT Box Office at 216-631-2727 x501.

For more information about Cleveland Public Theatre’s full 2014-2015 season, please visit or contact Cathleen O’Malley, Director of Audience Engagement & Media Relations at (216) 631-2727 x 212 or