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December 22, 2011
Bravo to the "story teller" narrator!! Of course, all of the "actors" were wonderful. But, I'd like to know, is the narrator headed for the rabbinate or Broadway?? He's adorable and memorized the whole script....at least, that's what it looked like to me. Bravo to the entire cast and the director, producer, costume designers, set designers,sound technicians, etc, etc
Terry Mt Pleasant, SC southernspirit.org
December 21, 2011
Oldie but a goodie!
Still as adorable as when it was created but quite a few of the actors are married now. Sorry Laz but this video is about twenty years old, you'll have to get other kinderlach.
Miriam Hurwitz Brooklyn, Ny
December 19, 2011
Wow! What a wonderful production. We want more!! I think I will have to put these kinderlach in my next music video. Bravo & Chanukah Sameach!
Dr. laz Miami, Fl
July 25, 2011
This play is so cute! But the kids acted very well, I'd have to say!
Zalmy Engel Adelaide, South Australia chabadsa.org.au
December 14, 2010
This is the cutest thing!
Anonymous brooklyn, ny
December 2, 2010
We learn best from our children !
Kudos Chabad.org and Chappy Chanukah !
December 16, 2009
tom trumbull, CT kids.tzivoshashem.org
December 14, 2009
glad to know you were on the play! .... :P
yt Cordoba, Argentina
December 13, 2009
So cute but how did such a small child, the narrator, memorize so much??
Esher Montreal, ca
December 11, 2009
I agree 100% with the comment posted by "Kayla". Everything else was very nice, and the narrator was especially cute, but the statement about 'gifts' being a part of Chanukah, is just wrong. It's gelt, not gifts. Do we really need to follow the customs of others? No!