About Naama Manor

Naama Manor is an Israeli Creator, Performer, Actress and Dancer, born in 1996.

Winner of the America-Israel Cultural Foundation Award in Theatre (2019). Winner of the Keren Ronen Dancer Grant (2015).

2021-Now - Acting at the Gesher Theatre, the leading repertory theater in Israel, in 2 plays:
Olga (lead) in “Onegin. Commentaries'' (A. Pushkin), directed by Alvis Hermanis, and
“A Thousand Splendid Suns “ (Khaled Hosseini), directed by Noam Shmuel.

2020 - Co-creator at HaBait theatre of the piece “It Might be Genetic,” a dance theater piece chosen to be performed at the International Exposure Festival.

2022 - Leading and directing a theater project, in collaboration with the Cameri Theatre and the Tel Aviv- Yafo Municipality, aiming to integrate teenagers from Muslim, Christian and Jewish families to co-create theatre shows.

2021- Now -
Teaching Movement at the Cameri Academy and at the Nissan Nativ acting studio.

2017- 2020 Nissan Nativ Acting Studio – three-year program graduate.
2014 – 2016 Maslool Professional Dance Program – Bikurey Ha’itim
2010 – 2014 Thelma Yellin High School of the Arts
Dance major graduate.

Other projects:

Actress and Creator:
2019 Nawal (lead) in "Incendies" (Wajdi Mouawad), directed by Matan Amsalem.

2020-2022 Leah (lead) in "The Dybbuk" (S. Ansky) - Kippod Hazahav Winner, directed by Avi Gibson Barel.

2020-2021 Masha (lead) in "Hate: A Love Story" (B. Zinger), directed by Sharon Shtark at Tmuna theater.

2021- Actress and co-Creator of "Before Whom to Bow Down"- citation of excellence at the Acre Festival; directed by Ilil Lev Cnaan.

Artistic Consultant and Choreographer, "Aquira" at the Simta Theatre - Best Show Winner at the Simta Festival.

Shiran in the feature film "Scaffoldings" - Jerusalem Festival Award Winner.

2019 - "AISTF -Mephisto Waltz," directed by Anton Adasinsky, Derevo Company.

2018 - ”Print Screen Festival – Electric Dreams," directed by Gintare Minelgaite.

Naama Manor

Dance, Film, Theater
Choreographer, Dancer, Ballet, Contemporary, Improvisation, Performance, Acting, Screenwriting, Actor, Physical theater, Experimental

Tel Aviv, Israel
Grant Recipient

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