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Miles Apart Together

A Paper Smokers Production

Directed by Katharina Reinthaller

Adi in the role of Annie Londonderry Kopchovsky


They said she couldn’t do it but she could.

From going around the world on a bicycle to doing spectacular airshows or climbing the highest mountains on earth, Annie "Londonderry" Kopchovsky, Bessie Coleman and Junko Tabei fought the prejudice and scepticism that surrounded them.

Their achievements became milestones in the path towards women’s rights and freedom, challenging the assumption that the “fairer sex” lacks the physical and mental stamina for big deeds. Though their adventures were as breathtaking, spellbinding and phenomenal as their male counterparts, where are their stories now?

For one night only Annie, Bessie and Junko come back for the live recording of the podcast “Miles Apart Together” and share their stories.



During August 2010 Adi performed in Pascal Theatre production of

The Dybbuk at The Theater for the New City in New York to great acclaim.


Read the review from the New York Times:


Links to clips from the production:


Director & Writer: Julia Pascal

Design & Movement: Thomas Kampe

Cast: Juliet Dante, Simeon Perlin, Stefan Karsberg, Anna Savva, Adi Lerer


To find out more about Pascal Theatre:



Foursight Productions - Touring UK

Director: Naomi Cooke

Adi In the role of Polymestor.

A great ensemble piece with use of puppetry and chorus work.

Crossing Jerusalem

Written and directed by Julia Pascal

The Park Theatre, London

The Stage review:

"Special mention should go to Adi Lerer's leading lady turn as Yael..."

Jerusalem at the height of the last intifada. A wife (Yael) wants to celebrate her 30th birthday. A husband does not want to have a son. A businesswoman wants to sell an apartment block.  A daughter wants to shock her mother. A brother wants to kill soldiers. A soldier wants to stop soldiering.  Israeli Jews, Arabs and Palestians all meet on one day as bombs explode.


Cast includes: Louisa Clein, Waleed Elgadi, Adi Lerer, Andy Lucas,

David Ricardo Pearce, Chris Spyrides, Alistair Toovey, Trudy Weiss



Captive Audience - Camden People's Theatre

DIrector: Louise Taor

Adi in the role of Myrrhine.

A great comic/drama piece with strong ensemble and divising work.


Wisepart Productions - New End Theatre

Director: Sussanah Pack

Adi in the role of Sophie.

After a successful run at the Edinbourgh Fringe Festival Wisepart Prod. had another successful run in London. A sizzlingly funny analysis of female friendship. Double click the photos for full and clearer viewing...



Captive Audience - Camden People's Theatre

Director: Louise Taor

Adi in the lead role of Yerma.

A challanging devised piece of the troublesome life of Yerma based on Federico Garcia Lorca captivating play 'Yerma'.

Pascal Theatre Company - Old Red Lion Theatre.

Director: Julia Pascal

Adi in the role of Lena (female lead).

UK premiere of this American play, written by the playwright Steven Orlov.

A modern drama about an American Jewish couple who strugle to concieve and their relationship with their Palestinian doctor.

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