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TUNE IN, TURN ON, GO TO ISRAEL 

Thursday, Jan 14 2010
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Leave it to the Amit Itelman, artistic director of the most uncategorizable-est venue in town, the Steve Allen Theater, to dredge up An American Hippie in Israel . Promises Itelman: “It’s far out! This is the American premiere of the 1972 Israeli hippie lovefest, which follows actor Asher Tzarfati as a Vietnam vet running from his past to the land of milk ’n honey. Stick around after for a set of beat-punk riff rockers the Ettes, who are flying in from Nashville for the free love.”
Tue., Jan. 19, 8 p.m., 2010
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