Israeli dancers get invite to Croatia

This is the first time an Israeli company has been invited to participate in the International Children's Festival history.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
June 11, 2009 08:16
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The Dina Telem Dance Company has been invited to participate in the International Children's Festival in Sibenik, Croatia, which will run from June 20 to July 4. The company will perform its Hide and Seek, 3, 4 partly in Croatian; this is the first time an Israeli company has been invited in the festival's 49-year history. The show, which uses dance to exemplify child's play, will be on Croatian national television, as well.

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