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“The Broom” Theater Vintage Poster Made From Chocolate Wrappers 1932

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“The Broom” Theater Vintage Poster Made From Chocolate Wrappers 1932, Purim celebrations invitation.

The Broom was a satirical Hebrew theater that operated during the Yishuv period and in the early days of the state. Over the years of its existence, it has produced over 70 satirical programs.


The Broom was founded in April 1928, as a stage for topical political satire, critically examining what is happening in Israel. The founder and first director of the theater was Yitzhak Moshe Daniel, who had experience in managing theaters in Bucharest and Sofia. The initial nucleus of the actors were friends who retired from the Kettle Theater.


The theater responded to every political event in the country’s life, presenting a series of satirical skits in every show on matters of immigration, Hebrew work, the Hebrew language, and the products of the country. The name of the theater is derived from the Odyssey theater called “The Red Broom”.


The material for the plays of the broom was written by writers and poets in the Land of Israel such as Emanuel the Russian and Abraham Shalonsky (who defined the broom as “the bit of tea left from the kettle”)


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