Pessah fun for the little ones

The Tel Aviv Museum of Art (TAMA) and the Israel Opera are both planning special programs for the young set over Hol Hamoed.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
April 13, 2008 11:10

The Tel Aviv Museum of Art (TAMA) and the Israel Opera are both planning special programs for the young set over Hol Hamoed. At TAMA there are 11 plays to choose from, suitable for kids from three to 10 years old, all Shelanu Theater productions. They include Ay, Ouch, Owwa about a very special family that takes care of bangs, scrapes and cuts; Apartment to Let, a new musical version of Leah Goldberg's classic tale about choosing a new tenant with Gila Almagor; The Emperor's New Clothes (ages 4-10); Mi Ma Music, an introduction to the world of music with a live orchestra and We're Already Big, all about mastering new skills. Check out the Web site www.shelanu.tapuz.co.il. The plays are between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. from April 21-25. Info and tickets at 1-599-571-005. At the Israel Opera, it's opera for kids, except more of it, including The Magic Flute, with two performances on April 22, Orfeo and Eurydice on April 23 and Hansel and Gretel on April 24, all at 10:30 a.m. For tickets and info: (03) 629-7777.


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