Choreographer Saar Harari trained as a dancer in Israel until the age of 18 when he began his compulsory military service with the I.D.F., eventually becoming a commanding officer of a special combat unit. Upon returning to civilian life he resumed his career as a dancer and put his military experience behind him, until now. Herd of Bulls uses the movement vocabulary of the military to inform this intense, muscular and visceral performance. On a bare stage with minimal sound, four dancers physicalize the internal struggles of a peaceful soldier during conflict. Harari's powerful, original choreography takes the audience on a journey through violence, sadness, excitement, joy, loss and the redemptive power of love.