Gal Sabo

Director, choreographer and dance teacher. Director of the show 'Triptych' (Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Tmuna Theater), longlisted for 'Amnesty Freedom of Expression Award'. Director & Translator: 'Meet Me At Dawn' (Tzavta Theater). Winner of Best Choreography Award for 'The Girl and the Crows' (Directors: Ella Tamari & Amit Apte, Haifa International Festival). Among her work: Movement director for 'Late Summer Blues' (SMKB, Director: Tom Wolinitz), 'Genies in a Cage' (The Cameri Theater). Director of 'Spin' (SMKB), 'Sparkling Eyes' (American Dance Festival). Dancer in: 'To the song of the anthem' (Niv Sheinfeld & Oren Laor), 'Achadot' (Tami Laybovich), 'Imago' (Galia Fradkin). M.A. in Gender Studies (Tel-Aviv University), M.A. in Choreography (Jerusalem Academy for Music and Dance), B.ed. in Dance-Theater (SMKB), American Dance Festival Graduate (North Carolina, USA).
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Current Shows

Triptych

The Girl and the Crows

Triptych

Choreography: Gal Sabo
Dancers: Aya Sadot, Nofar Oved, Lior Lev / Amit Sidi
Costume Design: Tamar Zaidman
Light Design: Alon Bar
Artistic Advice: Niv Sheinfeld & Oren Laor

review in Jerusalem Post
 review in The Edinburgh Reporter

Three stories meet on stage. Lior might sing for you, Aya dares not to like dogs and Nofar wonders why she was never harassed as a teen. They'll tell stories, they'll dance, they'll try to make you laugh or might even make you cry. They'll fight to win a game with no winners.

"As the three stories of the young women meet on stage, their hourlong performance makes the audience laugh, squirm in their seats and maybe shed a few tears too." Eytan Halon / Jerusalem Post

Audience comments: Absolutely phenomenal! A wonderful combination of multiple narratives combining movement and dance into a fantastic performance. Heartfelt, moving, funny and with a subtle elemnt of interaction making a unique experience. Thoroughly recommend!     Cary Galia

A powerful show. It was an amazing, very funny, emotional beautiful experience... The three girls takes you on a unique and surprising journey to their deepest secrets thought and dreams through dance stories and funny interactions. Jonathan Brown

The Girl and the Crows

Director: Ella Tamari & Amit Apte 

Playwright: Tzruya Lahav 

Movement Director and Co-Director: Gal Sabo 

Music: Daniel Salomon 

Lighting Design: Nadav Barnea Set and 

Costumes Design: Aya Zayger 

Actors: Suzanna Papian, Nadav Eilon, Moshiko Sasson, Eran Lachman, Hanan Schwartzberg, Yoni Green, Salit Lahav, Erez Weiss