A screenwriting graduate of the Tel Aviv University Department of Film and Television, and a graduate of the Beit Lessin Playwright School. Published a book of humorous poems, was a culture journalist, TV screenwriter, and an Internet entrepreneur. His debut play, “Edmonton” was selected for the 2010 Potchim Bama staged reading competition at Beit Lessin Theater. The same year, his second play “Used” won first prize in the Tzav Kria 5 festival, and was produced by Tzavta Fringe as a stage play, which ran from 2011 to 2014. “Used” was selected for the Other Stage2 project of the Council for Culture & Arts of the Israeli Lottery and earned him a nomination for the best playwright award at the Kipod Hazahav 2012 competition. His third play, “Rosenblatt Express”, received a production grant from the Culture Authority of the Ministry of Culture and Sport, and was produced in 2014 by Theatre Company Jerusalem. “The Ineffable Name”, his adaptation of “Death and the Compass” by Jorge Luis Borges, premiered in June 2016 at Merkaz Habama – the monodrama selection of the Israel Festival in Jerusalem. In September 2016, his adaptation of “Good Morning Alz Heimer” by Amnon Shamush, premiered in Jerusalem.
* Temporary display of non-catalogued plays
Edmonton – Staged reading at Potchim Bama 2010 festival (Director: Yonatan Esterkin)
Used – Director: Denise Shama. Tzavta Fringe 2011-2014. Premiere: 26.5.11
Rosenblatt Express – Director: Denise Shama. Produced by: Theatre Company Jerusalem. Premiere: 17.12.14