Levin (1943-1999), an author, playwright, director, poet and dramatist, is known to have created some of Israel’s best theatrical plays. Beginning to write plays in the late 1960s, he quickly gains recognition as a rising star of the theater world. With plays such as “Hafez,” “Job’s Passion,” “Repose” and “The Great Whore of Babylon,” Lavin’s satirical style of writing with sharp commentaries on Israeli society make him rise to the top of Israel’s theatrical world. Lavin writes over 50 plays as well as numerous poems, screenplays and essays.
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