Yoni Oppenheim is a New York-based theater director, dramaturg, and translator. He is a member of the Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab and the Co-Founding Artistic Director of 24/6: A Jewish Theater Company (a sabbath-observant theater company). His work has been presented in the United States, Israel, and Norway.

Oppenheim translated and produced At Night’s End by Motti Lerner, presented at Knox College (2012), IsraeliStage (2012), and The Lark Play Development Center (2011). Oppenheim also directed Home of the Brave: WWII Experiences in the Military and on the Homefront, Riverdale Y Theater (July 2012). Publications include the video Bound and Look Me in the Eye: A Meditation on Charitable Giving, Sh’ma, A Journal of Jewish Ideas Blog (2011).

Oppenheim received his B.F.A. from the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, and received an M. Phil. from the University of Oslo’s Centre for Ibsen Studies.

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