There are occasions when words cannot express feelings
Sometimes, feelings must be expressed beyond words.
Ruti Gaon, the author of Flower Quilt has done it again. She has now taken her passion to the stage through her new play The Boy With The Dotts. Based on the true story of her children Noah and Erez, Gaon’s play has been awarded 4 prestigious prizes in the Haifa competition for kids' theater plays (Best Writing, Best Actor, Best Director, Best Music).
Erez is Yoocan’s Hero. He inspires through the power of love, diversity, inclusion, acceptance, and togetherness. The Boy With the Dotts sends a strong message that no one should ever feel alone, no matter what. The plot goes as follows:
Sixth grader Noa moves with her family to a new city. She harbors feelings of concern and excitement but is mostly focused on acclimating to her new environment.
In her first days at a new school, Noa witnesses her brother endure bullying for his condition. She feels terrible for him but fears that if she expresses this, she will be known as the sister of the boy with spots.
Noa now faces conflict. She knows that her little brother Erez is so much more than his condition. He is the sweetest and funniest boy in the world and has dreams of becoming a magician. Unfortunately, in order to find her place at the new school, she becomes entangled in a growing lie. She faces the difficult decision between endangering her relationship with Erez or her standing with new classmates.
Noa will discover that with the power of truth: through her love for her brother she can create real magic.
The Boy with the Dotts is a story about true friendship, sibling love, and the ability to see the inner beauty hidden in each and every one of us.
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