Habimah hands out cash prizes

Actor Rami Hoiberger was awarded the NIS 7,500 Prize for his roles in both Anna Karenina and Scenes from Married Life.

By HELEN KAYE
March 25, 2008 11:23

 
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Actor Rami Hoiberger was awarded the NIS 7,500 Hadassa and Rafael Klatchkin Prize at the Habimah National Theater's annual prizegiving on Friday for his roles in both Anna Karenina and Scenes from Married Life. Other actors receiving awards included Lilian Berto, who was honored with the Aharon Meskin Best Actress prize (NIS 5000) for Scenes from Married Life. Hila Vidor and Efrat Aviv were named Best Newcomers with the Ora Goldenberg prize (NIS 5000), and Dvir Bendek won the NIS 10,000 Shmuel Segal prize for Best Supporting Actor in Driving Miss Daisy, the same play that earned Ya'akov Cohen the Best Actor prize (NIS 5000) from Theater North. The NIS 5000 Shimon Finkel prize went to Tamir Grinberg who wrote Hebron. Habimah also awards cash prizes to its outstanding employees.

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