Co-founder of the Playwright Project and the Israeli Improv Championship. Played a wide variety of roles in Israel’s repertory and fringe theaters ( Cameri Theater, Tmuna, Tzavta and more). Directed various fringe theater productions and street performances.Member of Shaham – the Israeli Actors’ Guild.
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Maya Arad (1976) is a dramaturge and playwright. She holds an M.A. in Dramaturgy from the University of Amsterdam where she graduated with distinction. In the years 2007-2012 Maya has been living in the Netherlands, working as a production dramaturge. She has been the dramaturge of several award-winning theatre performances which tour in festivals around… Read more
“The peacock from Silowan” First shown in Akko international fringe festival. Winner of the best directors and actress. “The Wild West” Winner of best fringe play 2008. The Arab-Hebrew Theater.2004 – “The captives” won the “Beit lessin” reading festival. SELECTED WORKS: scripts: “Three Mothers”, that was nominated for best script, “The Fifth heaven” “Rass pina” …. Read more
BA in Film Studies and MFA in Theater Studies from Tel-Aviv University. Writes for various fringe stages in Israel. In 2016 adapted to the stage Ferenc Molnar’s “The Paul Street Boys” and Sholem Ash’s “God of Vengeance” to a musical.
playwright, director & actor head of the playwrights association. Founder of the “playwrights project.” head of “new voices” and “the playwright’s greenhouse” – programs for aspiring playwrights. won the Rozenblum award for “outstanding artist” for developing new models for playwrights. teach story structure workshops and dialogue techniques.
Gilad Evron wrote the plays Jehu, A Mountain Does Not Move, Sky, Staring Eye, Kane, Don Quixote’s Claim, Other Places, a collection of short stories and Bread, a screenplay for television drama. Tel Aviv University has published a selection of Evron’s plays. Evron had written Ulysses on Bottles prior to the sailing of the Marmara… Read more
Born in Tel Mond. His mother’s family fled the pogroms in Europe in 1922 and his father’s family immigrated from Poland in 1934 to escape the Nazis. Sobol’s first play was performed in 1971 by the Municipal Theatre in Haifa, where Sobol worked from 1984 to 1988 as a playwright and later assistant artistic director…. Read more
Studied acting and directing in Tel Aviv University, graduated in 1987. After graduating, he began directing for HaSimta Theater and for festivals. From 1988 to 1991 worked as acting teacher teacher at the Thelma Yellin School. In 1990 he wrote his first plays as well as writing for various television shows. Over the years he… Read more
writer, actress, comedienne, director and songwriter for theatre, tv and cinema. She was born in London, (1970) to a Jewish orthodox family and immigrated to Israel with her family at the age of 13. Whilst pursuing a B.A. in Theatre at Tel Aviv University, she began writing and performing professionally. Hadar first became known from… Read more