"A Night To Remember Haggadah" by Mishael and Noam Zion includes the full traditional Hebrew text, but that is where tradition ends. There are great stories, activities, and skits for the children. The adults will appreciate the reflections and discussions for the intellect, the poems and art for the senses. As an example, the Story of the Exodus is supplemented with the first-hand account by the Israeli pilot, Pini Nahmani's seder in a Syrian prison after being shot down over a Damascus suburb; the last Ethiopian seder in 1991, and Golda Meir's memorable hunger strike against the British in 1946. Add to this the hilarious original illustrations and the artwork by Mark Podwal and other contemporary artists, and you'll understand that this is like no other haggadah
you have ever experienced.