The beloved characters of iconic children’s book author Dr. Seuss are coming to the Israeli stage for the first time. But with a Haredi director, there’s an Orthodox twist.
The heat in the classroom was stifling. The students, all of them women, leaned over their notebooks like diligent sewing machine operators in a garment factory and penned rivers of words. The lecturers spoke quickly, with no interruptions and no questions. At the end of the lesson, one woman raced to the window, where she fanned herself