A unique Jewish-Arab coexistence project culminated in a remarkable performance of Peter Pan, directed by the Project TEN - Masa Tlalim participants. The show was presented as a gift from the TEN volunteers to our partnering communities in the region...

Volunteers in Kibbutz Harduf bid a theatrical farewell to their home of five months with a Project TEN adaptation of Peter Pan. Narrated in Hebrew and Arabic, the play is produced as a goodbye gift for the local communities in which the participants volunteer.

Harduf's Hamila Theatre played host to the first of three performances, a chance for members of Beit Elisha - a centre for adults with special needs - to enjoy the 45-minute spectacle.

Peter Pan then took to the road, visiting neighbouring Bedouin villages Kaabiya and Zarzir, where volunteers teach English up to three times a week in one of three elementary schools. In total, upward of 500 local residents enjoyed Peter's Neverland adventures, as Harduf cohort No.6 signed off in style.