Actress, writer, coach, director and improviser

I am Inbal and I have been involved in many artistic projects since 2000. Originally from Israel. Now based in Berlin.

As a performance artist, I find I achieve the biggest artistic freedom by combining all my skills into improvisational theater. There I create a theater piece in the moment as I invent something out of nothing.

In 2010  I started coaching  improvisation to professional actors, amateurs and business companies all over the world. My coaching and performing have taken me to the U.S.A, Canada, Australia and many places in Europe like Paris, Oslo, Stockholm, Prague, Vienna, Lisbon, Bucharest, Helsinki and more.

During those years of coaching I realized that the tools of improvisation have the power to develop and transform people’s communication skills, relationships and charisma. Armed with this experience, in 2015 I moved to Berlin to apply this knowledge in the international artistic and business context. I call it “Human Communication”. And I am enjoying every second of it!


About human communication and improvisation.

Check how you think. Doubt what you know.
Ask questions!

In the following posts I share my point of view about things I had fun questioning, doubting and rethinking. Check it out and enjoy!

2803, 2019

We are the content!

March 28th, 2019|

If no one is writing our lines of text, if nobody directs us or chooses the interpretation for how we do what we do, it basically means one thing — we are the content of everything [...]

3110, 2018

Playing Politics

October 31st, 2018|

As part of the excitement for the show I am about to have with the Arab improviser Zaki Zikani, Teodora Tzankova and I set for a chat about improvisation, [...]

1707, 2017

No rules

July 17th, 2017|

Here’s something that you might have heard before, but is always good to remember- In impro there are no rules. I mean, come on- would we be doing this if we needed anymore [...]

1604, 2017

Being interested in my partner!

April 16th, 2017|

So here’s what I have learned from watching great improvisers playing- it’s not all about them. in fact what makes their impro personal, real, flowing, funny and touching, is the amount of car [...]