Shmulik Ifrah, The newly appointed General Director of the Cameri Theatre of Tel Aviv-Jaffa, is a graduate of the Beit Zvi Performing Arts School, is a trained Actor, Teacher, Director and Independent Producer. Ifrah was until recently the Director General and Artistic Director of the Be'er Sheva Municipal Theater. Ifrah led a substantive change at the Theatre, The City and the Negev Regional Council, and brought a significant change budgets and financial turnover of the theater and Be'er Sheva cultural life by transfer of budgets for socio-cultural activities for the residents of Beer Sheva and the Negev Regional Council
Ifrah is also the Founder and Director of the Be'er Sheva Children and Youth Theatre which is the first theatre of its kind in the Negev, and which its entire work is dedicated to the expansion of cultural knowledge and activity for the benefit of the future generation of the theater, in particular, the city of Be'er Sheva and the Negev in general. Ifrah also founded and managed the Goodman School for Play in the Negev. This is the first s Drama School established in the Negev, and within a relatively short period of time, became one of the leading Drama Schools in Israel, with an increasing numbers of graduates and teachers among the best performing professions in Israel.
Every year, there are nearly 20 graduates who successfully integrate on stages in all active theaters, cinema and television screens in Israel.
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