Holon offers Israel Festival for kids

If you can't make it to Jerusalem for Israel Festival events, you and the children can take in some of the same shows at the Holon Mediatheque.

By HELEN KAYE
May 27, 2008 11:35

If you can't make it to Jerusalem for Israel Festival events, you and the children can take in some of the same shows at the Holon Mediatheque. Cookin' is a marvelously crazy percussion show from Korea in which the chefs use everything in sight - from knives to brooms - to prepare a Korean meal that they share with the audience (Jerusalem, June 5 and 6; Holon, June 12-14). Karbido from Poland features the only musicians in the world playing on a table (Jerusalem, June 13 and 14; Holon June 11), while the Licidei clown theater from Russia offers a very, very dysfunctional Family (Jerusalem, June 14 and 15; Holon, June 16 and 17), and Amazuzu, the world's largest kaleidoscope/interactive maze will be set up in the Mediatheque plaza from June 6 to 21. Local shows include director Ido Riklin's version of the classic Emil and the Detectives (Jerusalem, June 5; Holon, June 4), and Moonless Night about a little girl looking for the moon, by Moriah Zarhiya (Jerusalem, June 4; Holon, June 18). There will also be free shows at the Mediatheque and Jerusalem Theater plazas.


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