HISTORY OF 'FLOWERS'
Commissioned by the Israeli Ministry of Welfare, Flowers Aren’t Enough has been featured in community centers, conferences, local theaters, woman's organizations, Synagogues, Churches, Rabbinical Associations, High-Schools Universities and others worldwide. Show was written in Hebrew and translated into English, Arabic, Tamil and Spanish
• Performed over 1000 times in seven (7) countries to date, originating in Jerusalem, Israel
• Collaborated with and endorsed by the advisor on the “Status of Women” to the office of the Prime Minister of Israel and performed throughout Israel for two years
• Featured at President Moshe Katsav’s personal residence in honor of International Domestic Violence day 2002
• Presented as part of Israeli delegation to the United Nations for the international delegation of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW)
• I performed Flowers Aren't Enough for many of Israel’s leading women’s organizations (Witzo, Amit, Hadassah, Na’Amat, Emuna, et al), in communities throughout Israel
• Performed at New York City’s – “Off- Off Broadway “Here” Theatre, Trinity Repertory theatre Rhode Island, Fremont Center Theatre South Pasadena, Warner Theatre –San Pedro, CA
• Toured India five (5) times and performed in association with the Darpana Academy of Performing Arts, the Indian Foundation for the Arts, and the Prakriti Foundation, and performances were held in Channi, Mumbai, Ahmdabad, New Delhi, Puna and many of India’s rural villages
• Toured Australia, at both the Perth season WA fringe festival, Canberra season national multicultural festival, Subiaco Theatre Center, Woman’s Refuge Group of western Australia, National Council of Jewish Women of Australia, and for the Human rights and Equal Opportunity commission
• Toured New Zealand at Unitec University, Arohata woman's prison in Wellington and local woman's groups and theatres
• Toured Belgrade, Serbia with the Israeli foreign ministry and the Serbia ministry of social affairs, United Nations Development program and the Center for woman war victims as well as for the Macedonian Medical Students Association international conference in Macedonia.
• Keynote speaker and presenter at numerous national and international conferences on women’s health and domestic violence
• A 27-minute abbreviated version of play aired on Israeli Education television November 2003
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