How to audition for an audition in Israel
It’s one of the best ways to become a successful professional actor, a recent study suggests.
In an effort to identify candidates with potential for success in Israel, an organization called the Israeli Casting Couch conducted a survey of actors and interviewed them in a variety of settings.
“In my experience, the first thing people said is ‘I want to audition,'” said Nour Marwan, a 30-year-old Palestinian from the town of Kafr Nabi in the Negev desert.
Marwan has been casting in Israel for the past two years, and said he received several offers, including a chance to join the Israel Defense Forces.
However, when he applied to the IDF, he was turned down.
“I was told that I was not qualified because I was born in a Muslim country, and I am a Palestinian,” he said.
“The reason was that I had a Palestinian father, which is not acceptable.
The reason that I have the right to be in the military is because I am Palestinian, which means that I am an Arab, but my father does not.
It is not a right.”
The results of the survey revealed that about 60 percent of actors who auditioned in Israel reported that their experiences were similar to those of the actors who came before them.
According to the survey, about 40 percent of the people who audition in Tel Aviv said that their experience was similar to that of the other actors in the audition, and that an overwhelming majority of them reported having a good experience.
“For me, it was an amazing experience, and it gave me a chance,” said Marwan.
“It was so cool that I got to see what it is like to audition in a different place,” said Alaa Abu Kher, a 25-year old Palestinian from Kafr Hamzeh in the eastern part of the country.
“I had no idea about Israel.
I had never heard of it.
It was a very strange experience.””
This is the first time I auditioned on Israeli soil,” added Abu Kheilah, who did not want to give her last name.
“My first audition in Jerusalem, I was told I would have to wear a mask because I would not be allowed to act in a show that was going on in Jerusalem.
But it was a show, so I had to wear my mask.
It’s really cool that Israel is a part of my life.””
Israel is a great place to be,” said Sa’ida Al-Shukr, a 21-year woman from Kafra.
“It is very safe, it is very beautiful, and you can go anywhere, even in the desert, so there is nothing that I would rather do than do this.”
“The country is full of young and talented actors.
This is a big opportunity,” said Masha’a Al-Hajj, a 23-year female from Kafrat Shuhada in the southern part of Israel.
“When I hear about actors in Israel getting jobs, I think it is great.”
The survey also revealed that the most popular topics for actors to talk about were the cost of living in Israel and the possibility of becoming an actress.
According the survey results, the most common questions asked by actors were: “What is your monthly income?”
“What kind of a living do you need?” and “What are the benefits of going to Israel?”
The responses of actors to these questions were also very similar to the answers of those who had auditioned for an Israeli military unit in Tel Karmel, an Israeli settlement in the northern West Bank.
“People are very happy about Israel, and they are excited about it,” said Eren Bialik, a 35-year veteran of the IDF.
“For me it is a very important country to live in.”
“It is a dream for me to be able to go to Israel and do a show,” said Abu Khem, who was a member of the Israeli Defense Forces for 11 years before leaving the service.
“To me, there is no reason for me not to go there.
The fact that I will be able in Israel to do this is very, very important.””
I have lived in Israel since I was a kid.
It makes me feel very, not very different from the kids,” said Adele Nesha, a 27-year Israeli actress from Tel Aviv.
“There is no need to feel inferior to the kids.
They have everything.””
We do not have a problem with anyone from other countries,” said Shlomo Tzuri, a 29-year retired Israeli army officer.
“We do know each other very well, and we speak the same language.”
“There are many similarities between Israelis and the Palestinians,” added Tzur.
“And, yes, there are similarities between the Arabs and the Israelis.
There is the same culture and the same values, so why should we have problems?”