Tal Reuveny is an actress and theatre director born in Tel-aviv who is currently living in Paris. She started in cinema where she participated in various independent films and works as assistant director mostly for Assaf Polonsky. She studied theatre direction and education at the Conservatory for Dramatic Arts in Tel Aviv. In 2016 she created Paraphylia, an original piece that was preformed at the Folieannale festival at Hateiva Theater in Jaffa, Israel, for which she received the Jury Prize. Following her artistic search, she moved to Paris and studied at Jacques Lecoq International Theatre School from witch she graduated after completing the 2 years professional cours. In 2018 she directed the play Hommage, by Maor Zaguri, a play for 11 actors that was preformed in the Jeune Theatre National (JTN) in Paris. During the 2018 - 2019 seasons, she went twice on tour to Hong Kong and China as an actress with the show Madman, directed by the upcoming director Ata Wang. Last year she directed a solo show for children called Fred’s Teddy bear, based on the book by Iris Argaman, and the show is currently preforming in schools in Paris region. She is working these days on several projects such as Space dogs and Emeutes - sorry for the inconvinence, that she will perform in Théâtre des Halles in January 2020.