Ramle kids put on play together

A group of 50 five and six year olds, Arab and Jewish, will stage play in Ramle's public library.

June 23, 2009 12:26
Ramle kids put on play together

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A group of 50 five and six year olds, Arab and Jewish, will stage a play this Thursday in Ramle's public library that they created together. The children were involved in each step of the production, including casting, settings, costumes and invitations to the play. They will act in Hebrew and English for a mixed audience. Two kindergartens, Gan Oranit and Gan Amirim, worked together to help bridge the social gap between the city's Arab and Jewish populations, under the leadership of the From Story to Theater program.

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