Getting an early start

The Magic of Dance Festival brings an enchanting program of big names to little viewers.

By ORI J. LENKINSKI
September 20, 2013 14:16
3 minute read.
Inbal pinto

Inbal pinto. (photo credit: Eyal Landsman)

 
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At one time, there was a clear divide between dance artists who created for adults and those who created for children. Though each group was valued by its respective audience, they rarely mixed.

Nowadays in Israel, those lines have blurred. In fact, nearly every major dance company, from the Batsheva Dance Company and the Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company to the Noa Dar Dance Group, includes a children’s show in its repertoire. Some troupes even perform more times a year for children than they do for adults.

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