Noam Gil (1979) is a critically acclaimed, award winning and prolific playwright. He holds a PhD from Tel Aviv University where he teaches courses on Political Theater and Creative Writing.
His plays were staged and performed in Israel throughout the years and only recently has begun to be performed outside Israel in places such as Brazil and the U.S.
Noam Gil’s first play, “Going Out,” was produced in Israel’s National Theater Habima in 2007 after winning the First Prize Award in Tzav Kriya Festival. His second, “Someday My Prince Will Come,” (2009) was also a prize winning play, and was performed in Bet Lessin Theater’s Open Curtain Festival.
Three of Noam’s plays, “The Settler,” “Welcome,” and “Lady A’amr” won for three consecutive years the “Opening Point” Grant from “Working Group NPO” and “Mifal Hapais”. “The Settler” (2015) and “Lady A’mar” (2019) have since been produced and staged in Tmunah Theater and are still running.
Additionally, Noam has two more plays that are currently running on Israeli Theaters, “Suspicious Incident” (2016) and “Pawns” (2018).
Noam has won the Best Playwright Award in Israeli Fringe Awards for writing the play “The Settler”.
Subject: Arab-Israeli Conflict, Corruption, Relationships, The Land of Israel, Zionism | 2018 ➥he | ➥English
Subject: Death, Family, Judaism, Love, Religion and Faith, Stupidity | 2017 ➥he | ➥English
Subject: Crisis, Dispossession, Family, Friendship, Human Soul, Love, Refugees, Relationships, The Other | 2015 ➥he | ➥English
Subject: Banality, Death, Friendship | 2007 ➥he | ➥English