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Dames of the Dance Opens to Sellout Crowd

Dames of the Dance, 7th Annual Performance

Dames of the Dance, 7th Annual Performance
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“DAMES of the DANCE 7 – Celebration” took the stage on Thursday night for their seventh annual dance extravaganza and added another 40,000 NIS to the Kimcha d’Pischa campaign of the Gush Etzion/Efrat region.

The wildly-popular yearly production includes more than 120 women and teenagers, under the direction of the most talented choreographers in Gush Etzion/Efrat, who donate four months in order to learn complex ballet, tap, modern, hip hop, Middle Eastern, jazz, folk and 60s dance routines. These dance troupes come together to perform for charity.

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In the past seven years, Dames has donated 250,000 NIS to feed the needy through the Gush Etzion Foundation.

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This year, in addition to their sold-out Gush Etzion and Efrat performances, DAMES is appearing at the Jerusalem Gerard Behar Theater on Wednesday March 5 at 8 PM to help the Committee for Gush Katif Bridal Showers celebrate the assistance they have given to one thousand brides since the Expulsion, and to help raise money for future brides.

DAMES is produced by Sharon Katz.

Tickets for Gerard Behar: www.tinyurl.com/TktsDamesJlem or call 054-432-0938.

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