Adraba rhythm is back for Hanukka

For the sixth consecutive year, the Mayumana rhythm troupe is preparing to perform its popular Hanukka special, "Adraba," on stages around the country.

By VIVA SARAH PRESS
December 14, 2006 08:20

For the sixth consecutive year, the Mayumana rhythm troupe is preparing to perform its popular Hanukka special, "Adraba," on stages around the country. An interactive family performance especially for children, "Adraba" features dance, music, acrobatics and humor. "People who want to join our troupe have to be very physical; these are very energetic shows," "Adraba" creator Eylon Nuphar told The Jerusalem Post in an earlier interview. Because of its international success, the show is performed in Israel only during Hanukka. The 2006 production will kick off December 16 at Kibbutz Yifat.


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