Noa Egozi is an Israeli director based in New York. She is interested in exploring theatre's ability to replace indifference with compassion, certainty with doubt, and passivity with action.
Noa received her MFA in directing from The New School for Drama. She is a founding member of Second Circle Theatre Company, where she directed Peter Turrini's Shooting Rats and developed a one-woman adaptation of The Taming of The Shrew which received an award for best adaptation from the United Solo Festival. Other recent directing projects include the world premiere of Sylvia Khoury's An Inferno, the world premiere of Lorne Svarc's Chained Woman, Mud by Maria Irene Fornes, and Noa's original five-person adaptation of The Tragedy of Julius Caesar which was produced at The Brick Theater this past summer.
Noa was an Artistic Intern at The Play Company where she is now a member of the literary group and recently assisted Guillermo Calderon on his production of Villa, a teaching assistant for Stephen Brown-Fried’s class Directing Classical Plays at the New School for Drama MFA Program and has been a teaching artist in the BFA program's 24-Hour Play Festival. She is a proud 2016 Drama League Classical Directing Fellow and as part of her fellowship spent last summer assisting at Shakespeare and Company and Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival .