About Lidor Edri

Lidor Edri was born in 1994 in lod city and she is a student of acting and theater arts at yoram levinstein’s acting studio in tel aviv Israel. when she was young she studied at the Ramle-Lod high-school in the theater track and finished her studies with 12 full years of study.

In her first year of her studies at the studio, for her final exercise she played in a production called “Dogville” by Lars von Trier and directed by Hagar Ben Asher as Martha and Jason. The exercise occurred in 2016. At the same time she played in another play in the school called “The Lost Women of Troy” by Hanoch Levin and directed by Yair Sherman, she played the role of “Polixana” and Shvoya G. in the second year of her studies she played in a production called “First Name” by Matthieu Delafur and Alexandre de la Patlier and directed by Roy Weinberg as Elizabeth Garrow-Larache.

In the second year of her studies, she won a monologue competition in memory of Shosh Avigal, which took place in 2017 at the Yoram Levinstein Acting Studio in third place. A short time later, she won a monologue competition in memory of Dolly Schösheim, who also took part in a studio for acting based on Yoram Levinstein’s performance in 2016, in third place also.

In 2017 she won a scholarship on behalf of America-Israel Cultural Foundation which allowed her to pursue her studies.

Lidor Edri

Actor, Director, Playwright, Production, Classical, Contemporary, Experimental

Lod, Israel