Shay Azoulay

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Shay Azoulay Playwright, author and translator

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Azoulay was born in Tel Aviv and grew up in Ramat Gan, New York City, and Ganei Tikva. Following his service in the IDF he studied English Literature and Communication at Tel Aviv University, and went on to receive a Master’s degree in Creative Writing at the City College of New York. During his stay in New York he completed the novel “Salah the Mute” and translated a number of plays by Hanoch Levin, including “Job’s Passion”, which was staged at New York’s Theater for The New City in 2006.
“The Platoon”, his first play, won first place in the Tzavta Theater’s 7th staged reading Festival in 2012, and began its theatrical run in 2014. “Shade”, a one act play, was staged at the Tzavta Theater’s 15th short play festival and constitutes the first part of a theatrical trilogy about power games.


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Barabbas Black Comedy, Tragedy Subject: Capitalism, Corruption, Hypocrisy, Prostitution | 2018   
The Platoon Black Comedy, Farce, Satire Subject: Banality, Corruption, Death, Desires, Fanaticism and Destruction, Human Soul, Humor, Hypocrisy, Judaism, Nationalism as Madness, Settlement in Israel, Stupidity, Survival, The Land of Israel, Trial and Law, Violence, War, Zionism | 2014   
Shade Absurd, Comic Drama, Short Play Subject: Banality, Bourgeoisie, Human Soul, Hypocrisy, Struggle, Stupidity, The Other, Trial and Law, Vengeance, Violence | 2012 he | en   

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