Arie Eldar, director, born in 1948, from Kibbutz Ma’anit. He studied theater at the Kibbutzim Seminary in Tel Aviv. In 2017 he directed “Latifot” a play he wanted in the alley. B 2015 staged “Waiting for Godot” by Samuel Beckett in an alley in Jaffa, a show he also wanted these days. In 2007 he directed “Spot” – an original fringe opera Which was staged in chamber settings. Directed at the Acre Festival: At the Haifa Children’s Festival 1997: “Me and You” which won a commendation in 1994 “Goethe” Universities In Frankfurt a / M and in 1996 at the University of Potsdam-Berlin, “Mordechai’s amusements” according to Purim Shefil in Yiddish, in 1995 “Oh Ben Adam” at the Goethe Institute as part of a German Expressionism exhibition at the Israel Museum, in 1992 “Why, at an original theater festival in the alley “The Crackers” – a competition presentation at the 1989 Acre Festival, also directed sketches based on short films by French film director Francois Ozon at fringe events together. And painting and exhibited in a solo exhibition in 2009, and participates in group exhibitions.