Suzanne Dellal hosts the kids

The 19th annual Kesem Shel Agada (Magical Myths) festival will mark the Suzanne Dellal Center's 20th anniversary.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
July 15, 2009 10:52
Suzanne Dellal hosts the kids

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The 19th annual Kesem Shel Agada (Magical Myths) festival next month will mark the Suzanne Dellal Center's 20th anniversary with a host of attractions for the whole family, including a flamenco version of Snow White with the Compass troupe, a Rita-narrated Giraffe's Neck Gets Caught and a workshop in Ohad Naharin's Gaga dance language. In addition to the dance productions, there will be some theatrical shows as well. The Orna Porat Theater will stage Itzik Weingarden's Elephants Don't Do Ballet and the Kibbutz Theater will put on The Musical Chest, directed by Moriah Zerahia. In the evenings, there will be open events on the main stage. The festival, organized by Suzanne Dellal and the Tel Aviv Municipality under the auspices of the Yaron Yerushalmi Foundation, will run from August 17-20. Tickets and information: (03) 510-5656.

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