Rami Baruch, Esti kosovitzky, Osnat Ben Yehuda, Anat Salonim, Nadav Assulin, Rebecca Gur, Monte Gita , Itzhak Hezkia, Gebbi Amrani, Dror Keren, Bligh Dina, Alon Newman, Sandra Shonvald, Florence Bloch, Sigalit Fox, Shimon Mimran, Simon Krichli, Roman Krichli, Yossi Rachmani, Shay Fienberg, Tal Ben-Bina, Shani Treisman, Irit Bashan, Ronit Zlotkin, Noa Cohen Shabtai
Requiem, written and directed by Hanoch Levin, based on three short stories by Anton Chekhov
In a remote village, somewhere in a big country, live two old people, husband and wife. They fall sick and die, regretting the lives they had lived. A young mother carrying her dying baby wanders through the fields in search of a cure for him. A bereaved wagoner with no one to confide in transports drunkards and whores who are in pursuit of happiness. Cherubs who pass through gather up the souls of the dead.
- "The drama Requiem, which is played by Israeli Cameri Theatre, comes to China for the third time. Requiem was first performed in China in 2004, and second in 2006, which made stir among audience. It comes to China again this year as it is the 20th anniversary of the Sino-Israeli diplomatic relations." (Sina.com)
- "Israeli Cameri Theatre's Requiem comes to Beijing for the third time as the Sino-Israeli relations entering the 20th year. It is a play making people cry, rethink and want to struggle and make changes." (Beijing Daily)
- Sino-Israeli drama exchange night--Hanoch Levin's classics reading was held in the embassy of Israel in Beijing on August 12. "Cameri Theatre's China visit is the bright spot activity in the celebrations in the 20th year of the Sino-Israeli relations. Culture diplomacy is an important route to unite the Israelis and Chinese. I believe that the two peoples will promote mutual understandings through drama," Israeli Ambassador to China Amos Nadai said. (China Youth Daily)