About Sapir Azulay

Sapir Azulay hails from Bat-Yam, Israel.

Her first interaction with the art of Theatre was at the age of 10, in “Street Theatre & Pantomime” in the urban community center at Bat-Yam, where she participated in programs for 2 years. At the end of the class, they performed as a street theatre group at the annual Purim “Adloyada” parade. When she was 12, Sapir participated in an acting class at the Holon Theatre, where I was part of the theatre young actors program for 3 years. As part of that group, she performed in the Israeli musical “Ktantanot” (“Little Ones”), in the Stage play “Agadot Mebulbalot” (“Confused Fairy Tales”) and more.

In junior high, Sapir was accepted as a Theatre major at the “Zalman Shazar” school in Bat-Yam, where she studied under Zehava Mazor, Kfir Azulay, Avi Gibson and more. On behalf of the school, she was privileged to be sent on a trip to London where they took part in workshops with local drama teachers and directors (among them, the director of “Billy Elliot”). She presented two productions at the Hall of Culture of Bat-Yam, one of which she directed herself, under the guidance of Avi Gibson Barel. She graduated her high school theater major with excellence. In the time between my graduation and my IDF recruitment I participated as an actress in two student films.

After serving in the IDF Air Force for almost three years, in November 2014 Sapir started studying at the Yoram Levinstein Performing Arts Studio. She is now in her second of three years. Sapir is a 2016 AICF Scholarship recipient for Acting.

Sapir Azulay

Dance, Film, Theater
Dancer, Contemporary, Acting, Documentary, Narrative, Experimental, Musical / Dance, Actor, Classical

Bat Yam, Israel
Grant Recipient

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