Playwrights to compete for cash

The Tzav Kriya theater festival at the Tzavta Theater will offer a competition of readings of plays.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
June 10, 2009 13:19

 
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The Tzav Kriya theater festival at the Tzavta Theater will offer a competition of readings of plays, with the winner taking a NIS 5,000 prize that will go toward producing the script. Six original Israeli plays will vie against each other, some by known playwrights. They include comedy, rhymed prose, drama and more. Tzav Kriya will run from June 25 through 27 and entrance costs NIS 30.

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