Lives in the Yiddish Theatre
Volume 8

MORE SHORT BIOGRAPHIES CREATED FOR A NEW ONLINE VOLUME
OF ZALMEN ZYLBERCWEIG'S " LEXICON OF THE yIDDISH THEATRE"
 

Anat Atzmon
 

 

Anat engages in both singing and acting.

She received the Harp of David Prize for her film achievements: "Eskimo Lemon" (1978), "Dizengoff 99" (1979), "The Vulture" (1981), "Dead End Road" (1982); for which she received an award from the Ministry of Trade and Industry; "Sunstroke" (1984), "Shell Shock" (1988), "Double Edge" (1993), and more.

On television: "Seven Days in Elul," "Frank Sinatra is Dead," "City Tower." In the Be'er Sheva Theater: "The Beggar's Opera," "Princess Tornadot". At Beit Lessin: "Insignificance." At the Acre Festival: "Lucky Strike." At the Cameri: "Chapter 2." At the Yovel Theater: "Rita The Teacher."

At the Yiddishspiel she acted in: "The Rothschilds," "A Beautiful Girl," "A Simple Story," "Tevye the Dairyman," "How to be A Jewish Mother in 10 Lessons," "20 Until 120," "She Was Not Here," "Who is Who."

Her songs include: "In a Dream," and "Cold Night and a Girl's Image." A third disc in the making will be called "Love Corners."
 

Sh. E. from the Yiddishpiel website.

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