Fruit fest

This sweet tale is Perot o lo Lehiot (Fruits or not to be), a new musical for the whole family.

February 5, 2008 10:17
Fruit fest

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In the kingdom of Perotopia, which is located in Perot Habrit, Prince Shazifi has to find and marry a true princess in order to assume his throne. While a line of eligible women forms outside, Shazifi prefers to play on his computer. King Rimon and Wizard Carambola try to help, but Queen Guava makes trouble. In the end, Princess Kiwi proves herself to be different from the other girls. This sweet tale is Perot o lo Lehiot (Fruits or not to be), a new musical for the whole family based on Hans Christian Andersen's "The Princess and the Pea." The play teaches children about accepting others and believing in oneself. It will be staged February 16 at Tzavta in Tel Aviv. (03) 695-0156.

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