The history of Israel's most important theater began in 1913 with a shy theatrical attempt in the town of Vilna, but after the first play was a total disaster, the project was abandoned. Only four years later, Nachom Zemach together with Hana Rubina and Menachem Gansin reopened the theater in Moscow, with the encouragement and support of important theatrical figures such as the legendary Stanislavski. The theater's aim was to try a different type of performance, abandoning the realistic approach in favor of a more figurative one that combined movement with sound. In 1926 the theater started a tour and in 1928 the staff arrived to Tel Aviv. Habima theater invited the director Aleksei Dikiy from Moscow, to direct two plays that became a great success: Der Oytser (The Treasure) (1928) and The Crown (1929). With these great achievements, Habima became renown as a permanent national Jewish theatre set up in Tel Aviv. Although some complain that the theater lost its eccentric flair a
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