Ami Dayan is a Boulder based Israeli-American playwright, director, actor, and instructor. He has studied, and worked professionally in the United States, Europe, and Israel. His play The End received the 2002 Westword Award for Best Original Script. His production of MASKED garnered him the 2006 Westword Award for Best Actor in a Drama, before transferring Off Broadway were NY Magazine noted it as one of the three Theatrical Events of the Year (2007). Other Off Broadway credits include Nobel Laureate Dario Fo’s A TALE OF A TIGER, Aland Drury’s THE MAN HIMSELF, Oren Neeman’s CONVICTION (subsequently developed into a film by director Steve Klein), and Iddo Netanyahu’s A HAPPY END. His Colorado productions include MASTER CLASS, REASON, and BETRAYAL. Recently Ami was seen in the role of Tevye in a revival of Jerome Robbins staging of FIDDLER ON THE ROOF. Upcoming projects include The CATAMOUNTS production of FUTURA, by Pulitzer Prize nominee and Orange is the New Black writer Jordan Harrison, as well as a remount of A TALE OF A TIGER.