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    Haker Neta, set designer

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    Haker Neta, set designer

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    Neta Haker, set designer, was born in Israel. She has designed set and costumes for theatre plays, shows, television programs, children videos as well as the Aliens Wing at the Holon Children Museum. She has designed sets and or costumes for shows at the Habimah, the Cameri, Haifa, Beer Sheva, the Khan, Beit Lessin, Holon Mediatheque theatre companies including for Messiah, Bagdad Photo, The Count from Monte Christo, Much Ado About Nothing, The Band, Play It Along Sam, Black Box, Galileo, Policeman Azulai, The Last Wedding, A Streetcar Named Desire, Lost in Yonkers, Butterflies Are Free, Born Yesterday, The Real Thing, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf and the opera Baruchs Schweigen (Milech-Sheriff) in Germany.
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