Jerusalem’s top dance troupe is celebrating its 15th year.
The Jerusalem Arts Collective has been performing in the area for the past decade.
It has performed every weekend since 2006.
It was founded by dancer Erez Yigal and choreographer Yaakov Katz.
Their work is currently on display at the National Museum of Modern Art, where they will perform in the new exhibition “Bodhisattva in the Streets.”
The dance trouper has been working in the capital for 15 years.
They have a weekly show in the Moti Tzedek Square, a popular spot for Israelis to gather and socialize.
The performance of “Bodies of Water” will be one of the last performances of the year.
It is part of a project titled “Dancing in the Dark” that will feature performances of “The Color of Magic” and “Sons of Anarchy” as well as “Songs of Love” and other songs.
The choreographer told Al Jazeera the dance team is very excited to continue its tradition in Jerusalem.
The dance team has been playing in Jerusalem for 10 years now, and we were looking for a place where we can continue to play.
In recent years, the dancers have been working hard to create new works and make new dances, including “Sisters of the Night” and the new one, “Dance of Love.”
Katz said the group is hoping to continue performing after this year.
“This year is going to be our last year in Jerusalem, and the only reason we’re doing it now is because we want to create a legacy,” he said.
The dance group will be performed for the first time at the upcoming Moti Barat event in the West Bank, which is set to open on March 31.
“We’re really excited to come back here,” Katz said.
“We hope that this will be a milestone for Jerusalem.”
Al Jazeera’s Eran Yagoda, reporting from Jerusalem, said that while there are some differences between the new series and the ones that were performed last year, they will continue to work together to create fresh works.