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"Reflections" Lights and Shadows and the Myths of Multimedia By Chen Weixin (Hong Kong veteran thea
"this show is able to tell the story through the interaction between dance and multimedia, and does it in a way that is worth more than thousands of words". Macau Arts Festival 2013

Robe Hits The Big Time in Israeli Theatre
Robe Hits The Big Time in Israeli Theatre Two recent major productions – the Willy Russell classic “Blood Brothers” at the Beit Lessin Theatre and “I Gave You My Life” which is ongoing, detailing the life and music of singing star Danny Sanderson at the Rubina venue of the Habima (National) Theatre, both in Tel Aviv – have utilised Robes as key elements of the lighting design.

Vector runs Oliver 2009 winter Tour
Vector runs Oliver 2009 winter Tour The Vector Red has been chosen by one of the leading Israeli lighting designers Uri Morag (Avenue Q, Narnia, La Divina, Comedia, Deus X) for Oliver's fall & winter tours along with programmer Yaron Shosh. The tours were operated by Nitai Doron.

A Monument Comes to Life
A Monument Comes to Life Picture the Blue Man Group covered in mud. That’s a first impression of the Orto-Da Theatre Group, a sensational ensemble of actors from Israel making their American debut last week at the International Theatre Festival in Calabasas. Their presentation is called “Stones,” and, like the Blue Men, they work without words, completely in mime.

Reflections – Multimedia show using Vector consoles
Reflections – Multimedia show using Vector consoles Reflections (or "Man, woman reflections") is a dance performance built on poetry written by iconic Israeli women poets created by the LD and director Uri Morag in conjunction with the choreographer Yoram Carmi.

Inbal Pinto’s Winter Wonderland
Inbal Pinto’s Winter Wonderland It’s been pretty warm so far this fall, thankfully. But Inbal Pinto Dance Company’s Shaker, at the Joyce, might put you in the mood for a cold snap with a winter wonderland of a set, based on the concept of a snowglobe. A thick layer of fake snow blankets the stage, and a horizontal baffle hangs in front of the cyc, cropping the proscenium to wide-screen format and compressing the stage action.

Robe's MMX Spot Makes Impact in Israel
Robe's MMX Spot Makes Impact in Israel Live performance, arts and other events are prolific in Israel, and Robe MMX fixtures have been used on several major shows including a performance of Mozart's The Magic Flute at the Ha Ha'Yarkon Park, Tel Aviv-Yafo (LD Uri Morag); the final of popular TV talent show A Star Is Born (LD Ronen Najar), as well as for Swedish pop duo Roxette's recent concert at the Expo Ground in Tel Aviv, attended by a sold-out audience of 12,000.