Abraham is passionate about rereading classical and canonical works with an eye toward complex and complicated queer narratives. He is the founder of The Wirelings, a digital theatrical concern, focused on developing new ways of creating theatre in light of COVID-19.
Located outside of Tel Aviv, he's made theatre in North America as well as across Israel. As an adaptor-director, some of his favorite projects include: a site-specific hour-long Greco-Trojan fight extravaganza, a 42-child romp down the yellow brick road, and an exploration of the stages of grief with imaginary friends.
As an educator, he believes in creating safe and collaborative spaces that allow for free exploration of the intersection of the self and the theatrical endeavor.
He has a BA in Radio/TV/Film from Northwestern University and a Teacher's Certification in Theatre and Directing from Seminar HaKibbutzim College of Education, Technology & Art in Tel Aviv.