Beit Lessin

Beit Lessin, named after an almost-forgotten Yiddish author, was founded in the early 1980s as a cultural club of Israel‘s Workers Union (the “Histadrut’). Today, Beit Lessin is Israel’s second-largest repertory theater, located in the heart of Tel aviv since mid-2003.
Thousands of contemporary American and European plays have been shown at Bit Lessin over the years, together with original productions. In 1993, the theater finally separated from the Israel’s Worker’s Union and began showing mainly original Israeli material that reflected current political and social issues in Israel.


address: 101 Dizengoff St. Tel Aviv

phone: (Box Office): 03-7255-333

Categories : Theaters

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  • A theatre company of note
    On the site of the original Cameri Theatre in the Kikar Dizengoff section of town amidst classic Bauhaus buildings, Beit Lessin is devoted to a wide ranging repertoire of contemporary plays and translations of foreign hits. (There are no English-language performance or subtitles offered, however.)


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