2022:

 

April:

SALIM SALIM's first American production will open on April 20th at The University of New Hampshire. 

March:

STAY SAFE is chosen as a semi-finalist for Premiere Stages 2022 play festival.

January:

My play AN EVENING ON RIVER STYX is awarded a development grant from Keren Yotzrim, for a new production to open in December 2022 in Tel Aviv.

2021: 

October: 

On October 25th I will have a public reading of my play STAY SAFE at The 14th Street Y in Manhattan, with the support of City Artists Corps and LABA. 

August:

I am thrilled to be chosen to receive City Artists Corps Grant. This $5,000 award was created to activate and energize New York City’s artists and engage the public with art activities this summer and fall.

July:

My play "An Evening on River Styx" won a development award from Mifal Hapayis Arts Council for the Culture and Arts. It will be produced next year in Tel Aviv.

May:

I will be spending the month of May at MacDowell, working on my new play, "The Green Card Race". 

February:

My play SALIM SALIM won the Woodward International Playwriting Prize Competition! I am thrilled and honored that the play has been chosen out of more than 400 plays. It will receive a production at NH University next year. 

Read more about it here: Cultural Stages: The Woodward International Drama and Dance Initiative.

2020:

October: 

Woodward International Playwriting Prize Competition

My play SALIM SALIM is a finalist for the Cultural Stages: Woodward Prize.

August:

At the beginning of August, my son Hillel was born and brought an abundance of happiness, joy, love, and fatigue into my life. 

Co-Residency exhibition opens, where I share a scene from my newest play. 

June - July: 

Co-Residency

I am thrilled to be joining Co-Residency for a 12-week remote residency, with artists from around the world

MacDowell Colony - (Postponed)

I was invited to spend the months of April and May at MacDowell working on a new play. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the fellowship was postponed to a later date. 

May:

Public Forum: Digital Duets

I had the pleasure of talking to Playwright Mona Mansour about writing and being a Middle Eastern artist in New York, as part of The Public Theater's Public Forum: Digital Duets. Watch our conversation here. And more fantastic talks here

2019:

December:

New York Foundation for the Arts - IAP Mentorship

I had the pleasure of working in the mentoring program with playwright Yilong Liu.

October:

Stay Safe -

Reading at The Lark, part of the Middle Eastern American Writers Lab launch event.

Call Elsewhere - 

Live performance at New York Live Arts

August:

Don't Worry About Me - 

A writing residency in Israel, with Polish film director Małgorzata Kozera-Topińska. Supported by an Asylum Arts Grant Award.

June:

An Evening on River Styx -

"Tikkun into the Night" at the 14th Street Y.

The Orchard Project, NYC Greenhouse - 

I am a fellow of the two-year program of NYC Greenhouse. In June, we spent two wonderful weeks in Saratoga Springs, developing new work.

May:

Call Elsewhere - 

Live performance at Chashama, part of Multiversant and developed with the support of New York Foundation for the Arts.