Noa Dar won The National Lottery Award in the Dance' creators category. The Landau prize for the Performing Arts is awarded to artists who contributed significantly for the Arts in recent times. 303 applicants competed this year for ten awards of 50,000 shekels each. Prizes will be awarded at a ceremony to be held on November 29 in the center of "please touch" in Tel Aviv.
Artists were selected by committees appointed professional judgments for each category. The committees consist of representatives from academia, Landau Prize winners in previous years, art critics, and leading artists.
Click on the red headline for the Judges words.

Noa Dar is working now on Banu (We came), a continuation and a mirror image to her last work – Anu (Us), which had it's premiere in the frame of Curtain Up & Int. Exposure, in December 2009.
A special presentations of the work in progress, together with Anu, will be at "Ma'hol Lo'het" Festival in Suzanne Dellal on 9th & 10th of July.
A talk with Noa will take place after each show.
For tickets: 03-5105656.

Click on the red headline for reading an interview with Noa Dar about Anu | Banu: Published in "Ha'aretz" 08.07.2010

For more information on Anu| Banu – Please click on AnuUs page at the works section in this site.

Please click on the red head- line for reading a newly published article on Tetris, by Henia Ruthenberg, from Dance Now Magzine (Dec. 09)

Noa Dar has just won the 2009Creation Prize from the Ministry of Culture’s. This highly esteemed prize, is being given once in 2 years, for only one choreographer, as an appreciation award for her entire body of works.
The Award's ceremony will be held at Suzann Dellal,
on the 24th of January, 2010

Please click on read head line for press clips and more from these performances:
We are glad to announce that TETRIS & ARNICA presented in Germany for the first time!
TETRIS: Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Frankfurt, 1-2.9
Theater in Pumpenhaus Münster, September 8-9.9
ARNICA: Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Frankfurt, 4-5.9

Noa Dar is working these days on a new work. The new production is based on a play by Girish Karnad, an Indian play writer.
Four actors and three dancers are performing in this work that produced by the “Inter Discipline Arena” in Jerusalem, and commissioned by its artistic director – Doron Tavori. Premiere: 16 May 09, Ha'maabada – Jerusalem.
Coming shows: 21,22 of June

The Switched Heads


Preimiere: May 09, Ha'maabada, Jerusalem
Play writer: Girish Karnad
Director / Choreographer / Editor: Noa Dar
Performers: Ali Suliman, Raida Adon, Ronen Yfrach, Einat Bezalel, Lani Shahaf, Yuval Shaham, Ofir Dagan
Original Music: Uri Frost
Duration: 80 Min

Noa Dar is the recipient of The 2008 Rosenblum Prize, for her excellence in the art of dance.
The rosenblum Prize is given by the City of Tel Aviv to performing arts artists, in the fields of music, theater and dance.
“The prize is given to Noa Dar for her divers and surprising creations that never resemble one another and always leave a comprehensive space for thought and a trail of a different fragrance.” (An exert from the judges’ writing)
The ceremony will be held on the 30est of December, at the Einav Center in Tel Aviv.

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