Born 1964 in Afula, Dror Keren is an actor, playwright, director and dubber. Keren directed an adaptation of “A Horse Walks Into a Bar”, David Grossman’s Man Booker Award-winning novel (2017), for The Cameri Theatre of Tel-Aviv, in which he also portrays the main character. Wrote and directed “Grilling” (2015) for The Cameri Theatre of Tel-Aviv, winner of the Israeli Theatre Prize for Best Original Play.
Keren, a graduate of Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, London, has been leading a fruitful acting career for almost two decades. He participated in many of The Cameri Theatre of Tel-Aviv’s productions in the last 18 years: “To the End of the Land” by David Grossman, “Servant of Two Masters” by Carlo Goldoni, “Requiem” by Hanoch Levin, “The Good Person of Szechwan” by Bertolt Brecht and more. In Habima Theatre, he participated in “Those Who Walk in the Darkness” by Hanoch Levin, and in Gesher Theatre, in “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead” by Tom Stoppard and in “Tartuffe” by Moliere. Keren who has also been working extensively in the Israeli TV and Movie industry, is a 3 time winner of the Israeli Academy of Film and Television prize for best actor.
A Horse Walks Into a Bar, The Cameri Theatre, Trailer
“Grilling” is the essence of the Israeli existential – not political – despair. It is the right and duty of an artist to manifest it on stage, for those are the exact moments that the stage exists for… Keren excels in bringing the collective combat stress experience to the stage
A fascinating show, which creates an electric roller-coaster of situations and emotions, and ultimately, provides a piercing, profound human experience. This is how you turn a literary masterpiece into an unforgettable play
Grilling, The Cameri Theatre, Trailer
In many ways, ‘A Horse Walks Into a Bar’ is a theatrical gem; it has an admirable dramatic and stage precision that manifests both as a whole and in its details