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Dance: Waltzing into a new role

Nearly three decades after saying goodbye to Kibbutz Lehavot Habashan for New York, Neta Pulvermacher returns to J'lem.

Neta Pulvermacher.
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In the ’80s, when Neta Pulvermacher left Israel for New York, she had no idea the circumstances under which she would return. Bound for the Juilliard School, Pulvermacher said goodbye to Kibbutz Lehavot Habashan to begin her career as an international dancer and choreographer.

Now, nearly three decades later, she is again packing her bags – and heading for Jerusalem.

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