Samadar is both an actress
and a singer. She is a graduate of the Nisan Nativ
Studio for acting; camera acting studies with Ruth
Deiches; voice development with L. Ostrovsky and B.
Furstenberg; musical theatre workshop under the
direction of Kayes and Fisher, as well as theatre and
fine arts studies at Hebrew University.
She has participated in
various productions, among them: "The Audience," at the
Simta Theatre, "Depending on What," "Kidma," under the
Acre Festival. "A Terrible Deed," receiving a prize for
the best performance at the Small Stage Festival, as
well as "Kidnap from the Monastery," "Operan", "Journey
Into Today," at the Association for Advancing the
She played the lead role in
a number of movie productions, among them the film,
"Matters of Sand and Creation," which was shown at the
Walgin Film Festival.
At the Yiddishspiel Theatre
she has played in the performances of "Children of the
Shadow," and "The Magician of Lublin," and participates
in concerts held by the "Benevolent Theatre."
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