Danielle Cohen Levy Director, writer, performer

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Danielle Cohen Levy is a Tel Aviv based director, writer and performer. Cohen Levy creates within the independent theatre world as well as in the Israeli repertory theatres.

Cohen Levy completed her MFA with honors from the Integrated Program of Performance Analysis and Investigative Creative Artist at Tel Aviv University (2014), and graduated with honors with a BEd from the Directing and Teaching Drama Program at The Kibbutzim College Performing Art School (2009). She is now head of the Acting Preparatory Program at The Kibbutzim College, where she also teaches.

Her play, The Advocate, premiered in April 2018 at the Jerusalem Khan Theatre under her direction.

Her joint work with Namer Golan, Worst Case Scenario (2015), was awarded the Unique Stage Language prize, Lighting Design prize and Soundtrack Design prize at the Acco Festival for Alternative Theatre, and the Fringe Award (“Kipod Hazahav”) for Group Work. The work was presented in Brighton Fringe Festival, England, France, Germany, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Estonia in 2019.

In 2018 Cohen Levy’s play They Say It Will Start in July was selected as recommended for translation by Eurodram. Cohen Levy is a recipient of the Original Play Scholarship (“Starting Point”) for her play The Advocate by the National Lottery Prize for the Performing Arts (2013).



See also

Danielle Cohen Levy


!Give Me The Money Comedy, Satire, Short Play Subject: Crisis, Economy, Humor, Panic, Struggle | 2014 he  
Elik’s Bicycle Drama | 2012 he  
They Say It Will Start in July Poetic Drama Subject: Crisis, Love, Relationships, War | 2010 he