Choreographer, Dancer, Dance Instructor, Artistic Director
Specializes in technique, composition and directing through movement:
Tecqniue as a means for gaining awareness and refinig the abilities of the body and its physical expression
Graduate of The School of Visual Arts, David Yellin College (B.Ed)
Thelma Yellin High School of the Arts
Prizes, Scholarships and Support
Supported by the Israeli Ministry of Culture since 2006
2008 Winner of the Ministry of Culture Prize for Young Choreographers
2007 Rabinovich Foundation Scholarship
2007 Mifal HaPayis Scholarship
2007, 2003 & 2001 America-Israel Cultural Foundation for Outstanding Choreographer
2003 Studies scholarship from the Sonia Grodansky Foundation
2000 The Mayor of Jerusalem Outstanding Student Scholarship
1995 America-Israel Cultural Foundation for Outstanding Dancer
Dancer Worked with various Israeli choreographers and dance companies.
1999-2000 Danced and created in NY
Since 1999 works as an independent choreographer. Presented in many prestigious venues in Israel and internationally, such as the Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theater, the Berlin Theatre, Judson Church in NY, and venues in Cyprus, Stockholm, Gothenburg, Helsingborg, and other cities in Europe.
Choreographer and movement director for numerous theatre productions in theaters such as Beit Lessin Theater in Tel Aviv, the Arab-Jewish Theatre in Haifa, The Maabada Theatre in Jerusalem, and others.
Teaches choreography, composition, movement and classical ballet to professional dancers, academic students, high school students and non-professionals in: Thelma Yellin High School of the Arts, Bikurey Ha Itim Arts Center, Ironi Alef High School for Arts, Seminar Hakibutzim College for Art and Education and The School of Visual Arts in Jerusalem.
Teaches movement for actors at the M.A. program for outstanding actors, Tel Aviv University.
Teaches and develops a unique technique (one on one) for non-dancers.
Teaches workshops in Israel and abroad: Technique and Emotion, Directing through Movement, Action and Reaction (Cyprus, Sweden, Israel and more).
Initiator and founder of the Israeli National Dancers Union (2005). Currently involved in its management.
Artistic manager of Gvanim Be'Machol Festival, Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theater and Art Director of the festival's winning performance.
Actress in the play Love in the Winter by Yossi Israeli.
Initiated various co-productions and multi-disciplinary co-operations with artists and cultural institutes worldwide.
Is a member of the Israeli Choreographers Association since 2006.
Choreographic creations (and premiere venue in parentheses)
*some of the following are taught at various dance schools in Israel
2016 Godlike: One of Us (Neve Schechter, Legacy Heritage Center for Jewish Culture, Tel Aviv)
2014 Upon One Stalk (Inbal Theater, Tel Aviv)
2014 Training Cell (Beit Mazia Theater, Jerusalem)
2013 Aquarium (Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theater, Tel Aviv)
2012 We Have Not Seen Blood (Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theater, Tel Aviv)
2011 Dear Juan (Tzavta Theater, Tel Aviv)
2010 Cicuska (Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theater, Tel Aviv)
2009 Without Blinking (Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theater, Tel Aviv)
2008 Reversy (collaboration with Sahar Azimi) (Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theater, Tel Aviv)
2007 From Three 2 One (Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theater, Tel Aviv)
2006 Borderline (Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theater, Tel Aviv)
2006 Testimony (The Zira Theater, Jerusalem)
2006 Here, in Another Place (Seminar Hakibutzim College for Art and Education, Tel Aviv)
2005 Mitosis (Visual Dance Festival/Intimadance Festival, Tmuna Theater, Tel Aviv)
2005 Between Sparkle and Thunder (Helicon Festival, Tel Aviv)
2004 Step by Step (Intimadance Festival, Tmuna Theater, Tel Aviv)
2004 Bordello (The Zira Theater, Jerusalem)
2003 99 People on the Tree (Intimadance Festival, Tmuna Theater, Tel Aviv)
2002 The Plus of the Minus (The Visual Theater, Jerusalem)
2000 Sweet and Sour (The Visual Theater, Jerusalem)
1999 Transparency (Judson Church, New York)