Fringe Beer Sheva is known as a home for independent artists in the fields of theater, and in addition is home to other cultural fields.
Dance Week, now in its sixth year at the theater, is part of a cross-audience cultural mosaic, which gives the dance medium its ultimate stage it deserves.
The dance scene in the city of Be'er Sheva has undergone many changes that have transformed it from a "developing" scene to a "developed" scene, or rather an animal, kicking and in line with the theater and music fields in the city.
Vocational schools, professional bands and internationally renowned school dance majors make up an entire world of local art and dance.
Throughout this week, local choreographers and choreographers from around the country come together for a joint work and together provide viewers with a unique and fascinating artistic experience.
The Beer Sheva Fringe Prize for Dance is an integral part of Dance Week and takes place on its last day. The initiator of the choreographer 'award, Liran Michaeli, holds an annual competition. The award gives a stage to independent composers and gives a cash prize to the outstanding dancer. The judging panel includes well-known choreographer David Dvir, Aleksdancer Alexandrov and Tamir Ginz.