Israel's national theater signs deal with government to save itself from crippling debt
The agreement, which took a year to hammer out, is meant to extricate Habima from a debt of more than NIS 42 million.
Habima, Israel's national theater company, signed an economic recovery program with the government Sunday, which is meant to extricate the theater from a debt of more than NIS 42 million.
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