Cameri pays tribute to the Mohars

Cameri pays tribute to t

By HELEN KAYE
September 17, 2009 15:35

 
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On September 25 the Cameri Theater presents a tribute to the Mohars, father and son, both among Israel's best known lyricists. Yichiel Mohar (1921-69) was also a respected poet and his songs and poems include "Rachel, Rachel," "The Convoy Song," and "She's Here Again." Mohar's son, Eli (1948 - 2006) was also a journalist whose columns appeared in Davar and Ha'ir among others. The performances at 11 am and 1:30 p.m. feature the likes of Yoni Rechter, Marina Maximilien Blumin and Ohad Hitman.

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