Nimrod Danishman Director, playwright and theater teacher

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Theatre director, playwright and teacher, co-founder and executive director of Ha’Meshulash Theater – the LGBTQ theater of Tel Aviv, winner of the Shulamit Aloni Prize of 2021.

Graduated from the theater directing and teaching program, from Kibbutzim College, School of Performing Arts. After graduating with honors, he wrote and directed his first work “BORDERS” at Tzavta Theater (2018). The play was nominated for two Independent Theater awards in the play and lead actor categories, and participated in The International Exposure of Israeli Theatre (2019). The play was produced in New York, London and Würzburg, and was nominated for the best play award at the New York Summer Festival. He directed the short play “Woman to Woman” by Roey Maliach Rashef at the Playwrights Project (2018), co-director of the play “More than that we are not” by Gal Chepsky in Tzavta (2019) and creator of the documentary show “For Real – Theatrical Podcast” at Tamune Theater (2019). In 2021, he wrote and directed his second work, “A Last Night in Rome” at Ha’Meshulash Theater, and directed the tragedy “The Child Dream” by Hanoch Levin at Goodman, the Acting School in the Negevl.

Acting teacher at “Goodman”, the acting school in the Negev and at “Leo Buck” high school in Haifa.

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A Last Night in Rome Drama, New Writing, Poetic Drama Subject: LGBT, Love, Relationships, The Other | 2021 he | English   
BORDERS New Writing, Experimental Theatre Subject: LGBT, War | 2018 he | English French