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Turkish dancers cancel shows due to fighting in south

Instead, the Batsheva Dance Company will present Ohad Naharin's Order.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
January 6, 2009 13:34
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Turkey's Istanbul Ballet Company and Cigdem ensemble have cancelled their performances at Tel Aviv's Suzanne Dellal Center that had been scheduled for January 8 and 9, due to the fighting in the South. Instead, the Batsheva Dance Company will present Ohad Naharin's Order on Wednesday, at a cost of NIS 20 to southern residents. In addition, Suzanne Dellal will stage Barak Marshall's Monger on Friday also at a special NIS 20-rate for residents of the South.


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