Oded Teomi played the actor, and Yitzhak Hizkiyah played the dresser. Both were simply superb. Teomi's authority and demeanor were just fabulous, and Hizkiyah created a credible, touching character.
The play reminded me of the power of the theater, and why I love it so much. The magnetism generated by Teomi and Hizkiyah is simply not available in other media, I feel.
It's still running, and it's highly recommended. Those who know Shakespeare's works (not just Lear) would undoubtedly take pleasure in the tasteful bits of intertextuality, but I'm told the play's quite enjoyable for those less acquainted with the bard's works, too.