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‘Aliyah,’ the musical

They call themselves the Drama Mamas, and they showcase life in Israel.

‘Aliyah,’ the musical
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A group of 20 mostly American women from Hashmonaim will perform an updated version of the musical Aliyah for the first time in Jerusalem on March 30, depicting the everyday challenges of the 2,700 American Jews who make aliya annually. The proceeds of the charity show will support needy families for Passover.

Elisheva Liberman wrote the words and is the director of the “for women-only” play. Pamela Moritz, Beth Mischel and Chaya Berkowitz play, sing and dance in the performance, and sat down for an interview with In Jerusalem before the rehearsals.

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