Israel Theater Prize goes south

The 2009 Israel Theater Prize ceremony will take place at the new home of the Beersheva Theater in the city's Performing Arts Center.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
February 5, 2009 08:25

 
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In a salute to the residents of the South, the 2009 Israel Theater Prize ceremony will take place this year on April 3 at the new home of the Beersheva Theater in the city's Performing Arts Center. The nominations in 19 categories will be announced February 19. The winners are chosen by the 120-member ITP Academy. Moshe Kapten is the director and Channel 2 will broadcast the event.

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