Pearl plunges in the world of her paper dolls,
Until she can’t distinguish between the textures of skin or paper,
Between one girl and her countless dolls,
Between harsh reality and the imagination that becomes her savior.
She spreads her dreamy-nightmarish consciousness wide on hospital beds, through visions and stories she asks the question of identities, mother-daughter relationships, gender and sexuality and, finally, hopes for love.
“..A rebellious and anti-establishment voice…the play excels in imaginative design and an unconventional view on the world that it creates from the connection between poetic text and the special design … Pearl herself performs the role of the narrator in a fine and ironic delivery….”
Shai Bar-Yaacov, Yedioth Aharonot