Date of birth: March 27, 1942
Place of birth: Jerusalem, Israel
Address: 89 Haim Levanon St
Tel Aviv 69345, ISRAEL
Phone: + 972-3-641-0640 (home)
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PhD. summa cum laude, U.C. Berkeley.
B.A.Hons. Dept. of Drama, University of Manchester
As of October 1st, 2005 Professor Emeritus
As of July 2003, Full Professor at Tel Aviv University.
1976 - 2004 - Teacher of acting and directing at TAU.
2003- 2018 - Vice President for Academic Affairs, The Neri Bloomfield College for Desing and Edcation, Haifa, Israel.
2019 - Poema de Sangre, my adaptation of Federico Garcia Lorca's Blood Wedding, (in Spanish), at the Festival d'Otonio (Autumn Festival) Madrid (Nov. 15-17)
2018 - Attempts on her Life, by Martin Crimp, at the International Theatre Institute (ITI), Singapore.
2017 - Dybbuk, my adaptation of S. An-sky's The Dybbuk, or Between Two Worlds (in Hindi), at the National School of Drama (NSD), Dehi, India.
2015 - Hedda? My adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's Hedda Gabler, Zurich Academy of the Arts, Zurich, Switzerland.
2012 - Song of Blood, my adaptation of Federico Garcia Lorca's Blood Wedding, Samahaara Theatre Company, Hyderabad, India
2010 - Six Characters in Search of an Author, by Luigi Pirandello, at the Tompa Miklos Theatre, Targu Mures, Romania.
2008 - Peer Gynt, by Henrik Ibsen, at the Hungarian national Theatre of Cluj, Romania.
2006 - the Love of Don Perlimplin for Belissa in the Garde, by Federic Garcia Lorca, CalRep company, Long Berach California, USA.
- Macbeth, by William Shakespeare, at the Tamasi Aron Theatre, Sfantu Gheorghe, Romania.
2004 - the Inspector After Magritte, a double-bill of plays by Tom Stoppard, at the Hungarian national Theatre of Cluj, Romania.
2004 (Oct.-Dec.) –The Bacchae, an original adaptation of Euripedes' play at the Hungarian National Theatre of Cluj, Rumania
2003 - The Inspector After Magritte, double bill of plays by Tom Stoppard, at the Hungarian National Theatre, Cluj, Rumania.
- Song of Blood, 4th version of my adaptation of Federico Garcia Lorca’s Blood Wedding, at Tel Aviv University.
- Right You Are! (If you think so), by Luigi Pirandello, Tel Aviv University.
2002 – The Dybbuk, at the Hungarian State Theatre, Cluj, Rumania (Nominated for Best Performance of 2002 by UNITER, the Rumanian Theatre Union; Best Actress of 2002 Award for lead actress Imola Kezdi.)
2001 - Blood Will Have Blood – adaptation of Macbeth, at Tel Aviv University.
1999 – Poeme du sang, 3rd version of my adaptation of Federico Garcia Lorca’s Blood Wedding, at the Conservatoire de l’art dramatique, Liege, Belgium.
1998 – HAMLETDREAMING – an adaptation of Hamlet, at Tel Aviv niversity.
1996 - Ubu Roi by Alfred Jarry, at Tel Aviv University. A performance
– Blodetsang, 2nd version of my adaptation of Federico Garcia Lorca’s Blood Wedding, at International Michael Chekhov School, Aarhus Denmark.
- KASPAR, by Peter Handke, at Tel Aviv University and the International StudentTheatre Festival, Brno, Czech Republic. (Winner of Festival Prize for Best Acting)
1995 - Song Of Blood, original adaptation of Federico Garcia Lorca’s Blood Wedding, at Tel Aviv University.
1994 - The Inn Of Spirits by Nathan Alterman, at Tel Aviv University.
1992 - Hinkeman, by Ernst Toller, at Tel Aviv University (Israeli premiere)
1991 - The Real Inspector Hound & After Magritte, by Tom Stoppard, at Tel Aviv University (Israeli premiere)
- The Way of the World, by William Congreve, at Tel |Aviv University (Israeli premiere)
1990 - “COC-TAIL”, a double-bill including: Desire Caught By The Tail, by Pablo Picasso, The Eiffel Tower Wedding by Jean Cocteau (both Israeli premieres), performed at Cocteau Centennial Festival, Tel Aviv University. .
1989 - Everyman, Anonymous, adaptation by Aryeh Sachs, at Tel Aviv University
-The Suitcase Packers by Hanoch Levin, Tel Aviv University
- Lysistrata, by Aristophanes, Tel |Aviv University
1988 - Tonight We Improvise by Luigi Pirandello, at Tel Aviv University.
- The Moment Before by Israel Eliraz, at the Akko Fringe Theatre Festival.
1987 - Three Loves, a one-woman show based on a short story by Amalia Cahana Carmon (“Ne’ima Sasson Writes Poetry”) and a theatrical monologue by Yehoshua Sobol. Guest performance at the Akko FringeTheatre Festival.
- House Of Bones, by Roland Dubillard (Israeli premiere), Tel Aviv University.
1986 - Shop, by Hillel Mittelpunkt, at Berkeley Jewish Theatre, Berkeley, California.
- Game And Mask, improvisation performance, at the Negev Theatre (over 200 performances ‘86-’88).
1985 - A Month In The Country, by Turgenyev, at U.C. Berkeley
- The Crucible, by Arthur Miller, at The Kibbutz Seminary, Tel Aviv, Israel.
1984 - Marat/Sade by Peter Weiss, at Tel Aviv University.
1984-85 - Give And Take, Improvisation show with the Neveh Tzedek Theatre Group (over 150 performances ‘85-’88).
1984 - Story Games, Improvisation performance based on fairy tales with the Theatre for Children and Youth (over 100 performances).
1982 - Theatre Games, Improvisation performance with the Theatre for Children and Youth (Over 150 performances).
- Ubu Roi, by Alfred Jarry, at Tel Aviv University.
- Theatre II, by Samuel Beckett, at Tel |Aviv University.
1979 - Genesis, experimental work based on the Book of Genesis, at the Habima National Theatre.
1978 - Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Are Dead, by Tom Stoppard, at the Khan Theatre in Jerusalem. (Israeli premiere)
- Victor, by Roger Vitrac. At Tel Aviv University.
1977-80 - Theatre Games, improvisation performance with the Khan Theatre in Jerusalem (over 400 performances ‘77-’80).
1976 - The Breasts Of Tiresias, by Guillaume Apollinaire, at Tel Aviv University (Israeli premiere).