Arts in Brief: Tzavta hosts annual Short Play Festival

Eight plays were chosen from among the 130 submitted for 13th festival to be held for three days at Tzavta Theater in Tel Aviv.

By HELEN KAYE, JERUSALEM POST STAFF
December 5, 2010 23:25
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In celebration of 13 years of drama, the Short Play Festival runs for three days at Tel Aviv's Tzavta Theater.

Eight plays were chosen from among the 130 submitted.


They include You Got a Lump by Uri Urian and Roni Hadar, a musical telenovela set in a sleepy Spanish town in which three actors play all the characters, Chief Boycott Officer by Ido Eshed sensibly bills itself as a satire, Ida Pink’s Description of a Morning examines survival and sanity, In the Theater, written and directed by Dafna Zilberg looks at, well, life in the theater and A Play for Family Day written and directed by Gur Koren wonders how on earth to help cure an obstinate eye infection.

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