Israeli dance gets exposed

Some 60 festival and dance center directors from the around the world will watch the 36 Israeli dance pieces at Tel Aviv's Suzanne Dellal Dance Center.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
December 31, 2008 14:35
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From January 20 to 25, some 60 festival and dance center directors from the US, UK, Europe and Latin America will watch the 36 Israeli dance pieces (all premiered in 2008) comprising International Exposure 2009 at Tel Aviv's Suzanne Dellal Dance Center. The works to be shown include Barak Marshall's Monger; Singular Sensation by Yasmin Godder; Fresco's Pulchinella; White Noise from Vertigo; Ov by Renana Raz, Ido Cohen and Ofer Amram; Rami Beer's 60 Hz; and pieces from all the choreographers whose works were shown at this year's Curtain Up. In addition to Suzanne Dellal, there will be performances at the Tmuna Theater, the Gerard Behar Center in Jerusalem, Kibbutz Yakum near Netanya and at the Ahva Gallery in Neveh Zedek. Unfortunately, Suzanne Dellal's Web site (www.suzannedellal.org.il) does not have English, but if you click the calendar on the Hebrew site, you'll get dates and the full program.

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