“The border is a hopeful place as it has the potential for connection. It is at the border where two countries, two cultures and two people can come together. Where there is coming together, there is hope.” 

(Nimrod Danishman, Playwright)

“Looking for now?”

What divides or connect two people who meet online? The virtual fantasy, the distance, the foreignness, the border?

Boaz and George meet on Grindr. They are attracted to one another instantly and want to meet in person, but something prevents them from doing so. One lives in Israel, the other- in Lebanon. Is it just the physical border that keeps them apart? Would their virtual relationship survive in the real world?

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“Pure magic of real people”

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Nimrod Danishman (Playwright) is a theater director, playwright and teacher in Tel Aviv, Israel. After graduating with honors from the School of Performing Arts of Kibbutzim College, Nimrod wrote and directed the cabaret “Lema’an Ha’emet” (“To be honest”), co-directed the play “Yoter Mize Anachnu Lo” (“We’re no more than that”) by Gal Chapsky at Tzavta Theater together with Rom Reznik, and directed “Isha Le’Isha” (“From a woman to a woman”) by Roey Maliach Reshef at Playwrights Project. Nimrod is passionate about connecting people through Theatre. He teaches theater in high schools in Tel Aviv and Haifa and runs theatre workshops around the country. “Borders” (in heb. הגדר) is his first play, currently also performing at Tzavta theater in Tel Aviv.
Michael R. Piazza (Director) is a director, actor and theater educator based in New York City. Directing: the East Coast premiere of Marja-Lewis Ryan’s award winning play One in the Chamber in Washington DC, Brunch in Babel at the New York Theater Festival, and Romeo and Juliet, The Lottery and The Fall of the City (also adaptor) for the Atlantic Acting School.  Acting: Tales from the Rabbit Hole, The Book of Esther (Joust Theater Co.) Empire Travel Agency (Woodshed Collective), Romeo and Juliet (Northwest Passage), The Tenant (Woodshed Collective), The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs (Atlantic Theater), and The Caucasian Chalk Circle (Pipeline Theater Co.). Michael is a teaching artist with multiple organizations serving all five boroughs, was an adjunct professor at The College of Mount Saint Vincent, and was a faculty member for ten years at the Atlantic Acting School.  Michael graduated with honors from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.
Eli M Schoenfeld (BOAZ) is a multidisciplinary American-Israeli award-winning actor, singer, and performance-maker. A graduate of both the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and the Nissan Nativ Acting Studio, his work has been seen on television, film, and in various live performance settings in Israel, the UK and Europe, and the US. For more info, visit www.elischoenfeld.com.
Adrian Rifat (GEORGE) is a Cuban- American actor of Lebanese decent, who’s very excited to jump back onstage with this moving project! Most recent credits include a mainstay with Ragtag Theatre Company, and a guest actor for the School of Visual Arts. Other credits include HAIR(Arizona Broadway Theatre), Seussical and Marry Me A Little(The Gallery Players). LET’S PLAY! Adrianrifat.com
Avigaïl Bryger (Assistant Director) is an Israeli actress and poet. Graduate of the Atlantic Acting School Conservatory (2018), where she was working with Dir. Michael R Piazza. Among her recent work: Theatre: Inheritance (Wildrence, 2019) The Visit (Atlantic Acting School, 2018), Never Sleep Alone (Joe’s Pub, 2018. Film /Video: Hello, Tomorrow! (Malky Weingarten productions, 2019), Private Eyes (SVA, 2019), A Shared Affair (NYFA 2019), Jimmy musical videos (Joe Vilardi and Brian Hose, 2017). Avigail is a member of Rorschach Experience Lab, Floor Five Theatre Company and a proud founding member and the Associate Artistic Director of Dirty Laundry Theatre. She’s happy and excited to work with Michael again on this compelling production.
Lior Weiner (Stage Manager) Lior was born and raised in Israel. She always had a passion for acting and storytelling. She graduated the two year conservatory program at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute. In 2019 she joined  “Dirty Laundry Theatre” as a general manager and very excited to support its inaugural production as a stage manager.