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Miles To Go Before I Sleep

Making it to Broadway and staying sane

I’d like to stress

I'd like to stress that packing up my life and heading out towards an unknown reality, for an undecided amount of time, can be a stressful thing. But what is stress, actually? Apparently it's a simple question but the answer... Continue Reading →

Receiving my call

In the summer of 2015, my contract with the Fresco Dance Company was over, and I was lucky enough to have my resignation come into force at the end of our tour in China. I parted from the company in the... Continue Reading →

Shabbos-Dinner-Table Wonders

Every Jew knows that the eleventh commandment given from GD on mount Sinai was "Thou Shalt Mingle". Well at least I know that, and have been taking it very seriously all my life. There is nothing better than talking to... Continue Reading →

Fire Away

I started working for Perception-Point, an Israeli start-up, about a year ago. A friend of mine who is a co-founder, recruited me to be their blogger and help with the product's marketing. I had just quit the Israeli Cyber Bureau,... Continue Reading →

Saying No

For a while now, I've been debating with myself whether or not to join the Israeli Opera's production of 'Faust'. On the one hand it was a tempting offer on many levels: they wanted me badly and were offering a very tempting... Continue Reading →

Quitting jobs

It's been a busy few weeks for me, as I informed my current employers that I'm leaving for New York, come April. It all started after I got a job as a dancer in a very special dance-theater production about 'Frida... Continue Reading →

Head shot – how do I picture my self?

I couldn't believe I'd be able to do it, stand in front of a camera and be subject to its aperture's gaze. I was positively shocked from the photos, but mainly from the experience. My friend Amit proved just how much the... Continue Reading →

Doubting doubts

Something peculiar happened to me this morning, at class. I was going over "Proud of Your Boy" from Aladdin, with my audition coach, and I noticed I was having doubts. Not really sure what about, perhaps about the idea of... Continue Reading →

London Time #3:Landing it classical with Phantom

After getting the hint about this trip being installed on the thin line between probability and fate, I thought it would be best to decide on the fourth and concluding musical I would watch at the TKTS booth in Leicester square.... Continue Reading →

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