writer, actress, comedienne, director and songwriter for theatre, tv and
Whilst pursuing a B.A. in Theatre at Tel Aviv University, she began writing and performing
Hadar first became known from a comedy she created together with another religious comedienne (Bidur Kahalacha). It was the first time in Israel’s history that two orthodox women performed on a professional stage and dared to laugh at the orthodox world they belonged to.
In 2001 Hadar created a one-woman satirical stand-up comedy about women’s status in Jewish law (Pulsa). Sharp, witty and highly critical of Jewish orthodoxy, the show aroused the wrath of many religious forums, that immediately banned it and forbade their
Mikve (2005), Hadar’s first full-length drama for theatre takes a peek at orthodox women’s lives via the most intimate ritual – ‘the Mikve’.
While Mikve was also highly controversial, it was nominated for six National theatre awards and won two – including Israel’s prestigious “Play of the Year“ award in 2005.
2008 – The National Theatre in Mexico (Spanish production).
After “Mikveh” Hadar co-wrote 2 feature films (dramas). The first : “The Secrets” ( written together with renowed director Avi Nesher and won
In October 2008, Hadar directed and co-wrote a theatrical-music show for Yehoram Gaon
Hadar then wrote a
During 2010 Galron wrote texts and
In 2013, Hadar wrote and directed
Hadar also writes and acts for TV, is a professional lecturer and compare (Hebrew and English) and
Hadar is currently performing in her satirical one-woman comedy on the strong women of the Bible
Hadar is married to
Subject: Based on Biblical stories, Desires, Fanaticism and Destruction, Feminism, Human Soul, Humor, Judaism, Philosophy, Prostitution, Relationships, Religion and Faith, Revolutionism, Sex, Survival | 2011
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