Cameri to host Holocaust tribute

Actors Ola Schorr-Selektar, Ido Mosri and Yiftah Klein will join Cantor Haim Eldar in "Testimony," an artistic and musical memorial to victims of the Holocaust.

April 15, 2007 09:27
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Mayor Ron Huldai will join Tel Aviv Chief Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau and actors from the city's Cameri Theater Sunday evening for a musical and theatrical tribute to victims of the Holocaust. Theater actors Ola Schorr-Selektar, Ido Mosri and Yiftah Klein will participate with Cantor Haim Eldar in "Testimony," an artistic and musical memorial to victims of the Shoah, with the theater set to display drawings and other works of art by survivors. The evening's program begins at 8 p.m., with entry passes and information available through the Cameri and at the municipality Web site,

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