An improvisational theater performance comprised of several short acts driven completely by ideas from the audience.
Maniact is suitable for adult audiences* (content and language), and is performed completely in English by a troupe of highly-trained English-speaking improvisers.
*Look for our Family-Friendly performances with content and language appropriate for ages 8 and up.
Expect the unexpected, and expect lots of laughs!
Maniact: Adults only.
Family-Friendly Maniact: Ages 8 and up.
“I haven’t laughed this much in a long time!”
Roni, Tel Aviv
“I had a great time– constant smile on my face throughout the show!”
“You guys were great! Thanks for making me, and the rest of the audience, laugh!”
Sigahl, Hod Hasharon
“Great performance! Waiting for the next round!”
Rafael, Tel Aviv
“What a treat to laugh the evening away. You guys rock!”
Mandy, Hod Hasharon
“It was a fab evening, had a very good time!”
has produced & performed in numerous stage productions across Israel in both English and Hebrew, including TV & film roles, student films, and promotional films. Training: Georgia State University. Meirav founded English On Stage in 2005, subsequently writing, directing, and performing in most of its productions, and also coaches workshops & classes for all ages.
Professional actress, dramaturg, translator, and voice-over artist based in Tel Aviv. She holds an MFA from Tel Aviv University. Natalie has performed internationally, in the UK, Scotland, the U.S., and Israel. In recent years she’s taken part in several improv groups, fringe shows, and international co-productions. She is passionate about theatre that is funny, challenging, disturbing, and exhilarating!
Toured her native New York City as as Alice in Through the Looking Glass, and has performed across Israel with the Golden City String Band, singing & playing double bass. She has directed and appeared in numerous productions with The Sharon Players, appeared in Julian Chagrin’s TV series The Orchestra, the Israeli film Love Life, promotional films, and the Israeli TV series Ramzor.
Following his many stage appearances with The Sharon Players, London-born Baruch made regular appearances in Israeli TV ads and promotional films. He appeared in the award-winning Israeli TV comedy series Ramzor, Israeli feature film Fifth Heaven, and portrayed Sir Laurence Oliphant in Dan Wolman’s production of Gei Oni (Valley of Strength). Baruch also volunteers as Vice Chairman & Treasurer of ESRA.
Graduated from The Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in New York and has since acted in theatre, film and TV projects. Favorite roles include: Sam in Punching Glass, Lisa in Waiting, and Dale in the web series Sherry’s Kitchen. Her first one-act play became a semi-finalist in the Strawberry One Act Festival in Manhattan.