Thirteen Golden Hedgehogs awarded

The winner of the Best Play was Tzavta's Hatakala.

March 30, 2009 10:55


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The 13 winners of this year's fringe awards were announced on Friday at the Arab-Hebrew Theater in Jaffa. The Golden Hedgehogs were preceded by two nights of fringe theater celebrations. The winner of the Best Play was Tzavta's Hatakala (The Mishap); Best Director is Shai Pitovsky for the same play. The Hedgehog for Best Actor went to Lavi Zitner for his role in Tmuna's Romeo and Juliet; the Hedgehog for Best Actress went to Adi Bielski for her role in the Givatayim Theater's Israeli Love Story.

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