A satirical revue of sketches and songs, based on the writings of Israeli humorist, Ephraim Kishon. The characters include politicians, soldiers, bus drivers, salesmen, artists, social workers, immigrants, sabras…

The issues include survival, love, jokes, dreams – in short, everyday life in Israel.

Unfair to Goliath merits a warm shalom!”
— William Glover, Associated Press

“Not only takes an affectionately wary view of the new Israel, but also reflects its vitality. There is a great humanity here.”
— Clive Barnes, New York Times