Director: MICHAL DOČEKAL
Hadar Galron’s poignant but also freshly funny play takes in a bath for women, in a mikveh. MIkveh is a ritual bath where women once in a month purify before they sexually contact with their husbands. These 8 women in different ages are regulated by religious rules and try to fight for their freedom, rights and accceptance in a world dominated by men. Hadar Galron contemporary Israeli playwright wrote this play in 2004 and ever since it became a world-wide success. The Hungarian premiére is directed by Michal Docekal, director of National Theatre Prague.