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Nalagaat Center

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Pierre Mansour wrote a review May 2020
19 contributions1 helpful vote
The Nalaga'at ("please touch" in Hebrew) nonprofit center is a stage for arts and culture that promotes an equal dialogue and leads to social change, with the belief in the human spirit and its ability to touch and to make a difference. The center is home to: 1. The Nalaga'at Theater - home to the only deaf-blind theater groups in the world. 2. Blackout Restaurant - where blind and visually impaired waiters accompany the guests to a chef meal in total darkness. 3. Kapish Event Center - where deaf and hearing impaired waiters invite the guests to communicate in sign language. 4. Workshop Center - where you glimpse into the world of deaf and blind people through once in a lifetime experiences.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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aliceann1 wrote a review Feb 2020
boston, mass.330 contributions184 helpful votes
It takes a certain type of person to experience Nalagaat Center--a person open to new experiences and open to explore new attitudes and experiences. We often take for granted our vision and hearing; however, an experience at Nalagaat Center teaches us NOT to take those gifts for granted. And, provides a bit of understanding and insight into those who are less able than we. It is truly a moving experience and one which is worth having. Give up a few hours of looking at museum pieces--give up a few hours of listening to a symphony and engage in a few hours with those who can't see or hear at Nalagaat.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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InternationalTr... I wrote a review Dec 2019
Tel Aviv, Israel349 contributions65 helpful votes
If you are not acquainted with Nalagaat Center - in a few words (garnered from their website - they say it so much better than I can) : Nalaga’at is a non-profit cultural and arts center for the Deaf (hearing and vocally impaired and blind)… The center has an events center, gives workshops, has a BlackOut Restaurant (the only dark restaurant in Israel - and one of about 15 in the world!) , and is known for its marvelous theatre. I have seen a few of their productions which are moving, fun and inspiring as well as good theatre! The theatre productions have the dialogue with surtitles in various languages including English, If you haven't been then Not by Bread Alone should be the first production you see and if you've seen it check out their website for more.. (including Children of a Lesser God!)
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Date of experience: December 2019
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David A wrote a review Sep 2019
10 contributions1 helpful vote
Congratulation for the young people with disabilities that mange the place. A unique experience one must do before leaving Tel Aviv
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Dinusha D wrote a review Jul 2019
Cranston, Rhode Island, United States4 contributions4 helpful votes
Nalaga'at (means "please touch") theater, where the main actors are deaf and blind. They shared their stories and their dreams. An emotional and powerful experience, especially as one is invited to come on stage at the end and interact personally with all the actors with the help of sign language interpreters. We all learned some signs and more importantly we witnessed human courage and compassion and hope. Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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