Tel Aviv's Cameri Theater is one of Israel's leading performing arts centers.
When it was established in 1944, its focus was on showcasing the country's culture, daily life and talent, rather than showing plays that had their roots in Russia.
Around 900,000 people attend performances every year in the building which moved to its new home in the city's Performing Arts Center in 2003. The Israel Prize was awarded to the facility in 2005 for its contributions to Israeli society, and the theater's Peace Foundation works hard to bring Palestinians and Israelis together to watch its performances.
It's located on King Saul Boulevard in downtown.