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| The Tales of Hans Andersen - A Musical Fantasy - May 23rd - May 31st

Levi Genesove     City Center     See on Map
Monday, 14 May 5:01 PM

This musical fantasy for the whole family is based on the world-renowned Danish storyteller Hans Christian Andersen's immortal fables of The Emperor's New Clothes, Thumbelina, The Ugly Duckling, and especially The Chinese Nightingale. Adults and children alike will appreciate the retelling of these stories.

Imaginative cobbler Hans Christian Andersen is asked to leave his hometown because his frequent stories are distracting the children from their school work. Andersen moves to Copenhagen, where he meets and falls in love with Dora, a ballerina, and writes “The Chinese Nightingale” for her. His story becomes the ballet’s new work and a great success. Dora, however, is married to Nils, the ballet company’s choreographer, and rejects Andersen’s romantic advances. Rebuffed, Andersen returns to his native Odense, where he is now accepted with great popularity as his published stories have put Denmark on the map.

Shows are held at the Hirsch Theater, Beit Shmuel Complex, Jerusalem.

Performance Dates:

May 23: 7:30pm

May 24: 7:30pm

May 29: 7:30pm

May 30: 5:00pm Matinee

May 31: 7:30pm

Order tickets online at Encore Productions - Tickets, and for more information, go here.

       
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