Ariel Wolf

Graduate (with honors) of Nissan Nativ Acting School in Tel Aviv (2010) A member of Jerusalem's Khan Theater Ensemble. Direction: Teorema – The Cube Theater (2015) Heliogabalus – Acco Fringe Festival (2016) Winner of the Israeli Fringe Awards for Adaptation / Music (2016) – "Teorema" Winner of Best Choreography for "Cabaret Voltaire" – first prize winner of Bat Yam's Street Theater Festival (2011) At the Khan Theater: Twelfth Night (Orsino), Private Investigator (Michael), A Game of Love and Luck (Durant), Two Shorts and a Cat (Cat), The Comedy of Calandaro's (Lidio, Santilla) The Gypsies of Jaffa (Smol and Ligura), Scapin the Schemer (Liander), Eating (Waiter, Security Guard), Le Malade Imaginaire (Thomas Diafoirus), The Merry Women of Windsor (Doctor Caius), Kineret, Kineret (Eliezer) Philoctetes (Neoptolemus), An Old, Distant Song (Ariel), A Midsummer Night's Dream (Lysander). Choreography: Napoleon Dead or Alive – Khan Theater No One Duels Nowadays – Beer Sheva Theater A Midsummer Night's Dream - Khan Theater I Love You Forever, But – Gesher Theater The Little Mole – Tel Aviv Museum Songs of Heaven – Yiddishspiel Theater Suitcase Packers – Nissan Nativ Acting School, Tel Aviv Choreograph and Co-creator of "Sex, Movies and Longing", "Eurydice" – Yoram Lowenstein Acting Studio. The Undecided, Black Box – Bet Tzvi Acting School Actor and Co-creator of "Under Blue Skies and White Clouds" – a satirical cabaret by Aharon Levin (2006) TV Appearances: Good Intentions (Uri Barabash) A Good Family (Eitan Fux, Itay Segal) Our Song High School. Film: Heart Murmur (Dover Koshashvili)
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Heliogabalus

Teorema

Heliogabalus

A stage adaptation of Artaud's book "Heliogabalus: Or, the Crowned Anarchist"

Adapted and Directed by Ariel Wolf
Set Designer – Rosello Shmaria
Costume Design: Veronica Schor
Lighting Design: Roni Cohen
Music: Shlomi Bertonov
Performers: Yishay Ben-Moshe, Shlomi Bertonov, Adi Gilat, Yaron Motola, Naama Price, Sharon Stark, Karin Shifrin.

Heliogabalus – A stage creation inspired by Antonin Artaud's book "Heliogabalus: Or, the Crowned Anarchist" that follows the reign of Syrian boy Heliogabalus during the epoch of the Roman Empire. Together with his mother's aggressive rule, androgynous 14-year-old Heliogabalus, who sees himself as both man and woman, leads the Roman Empire into a period of decadent chaos, of debauchery and obscenity. He forms a new regime wherein the order is an anarchy of power and control games, a regime in which opposing forces act against each other while at the same time seek and wish for reconciliation – the Eastern and Classical cultures, order and anarchy, man and woman. The stage adaptation is made for three characters, each portrayed by two actors – a man and a woman.

Teorema

A stage adaptation of Pier Paolo Pasolini's film "Teorema".

Adapted and Directed by Ariel Wolf
Set Designer – Rosello Shmaria
Costume Design: Veronica Schor
Lighting Design: Chani Vardi
Music: Shlomi Bertonov
Performers: Yaron Motola, Sharon Stark, Naama Price, Shlomi Bertonov, Yishay Ben-Moshe, Yael Toker.
Piano: Arnon Ziv
Violin: Anat Reisman

One day, a stranger appears at the doorstep of a wealthy bourgeois family, thus ending the life they had known until that day. One by one, each of the family members, including the maid, fall under the stranger's spell and fall desperately in love with him. That is until he informs them one day that he's leaving, never to return. As soon as the stranger disappears, each of the family members starts their own drastic process of change. Their familiar symbols of reality, the empty shells they held onto until that moment will dissolve, leaving them with nothing but the will for a rattling individual fulfillment, a unique fulfillment they've never experienced, a fulfillment the pursuit of which leads them on a path that doesn't exclude the possibility of complete and utter devastation.