Words that I wanted to say
Humorous monologue (in Hebrew), inspired by the Technion Confessions forum, 2020
Performed by the Technion’s Computer Science Tribe on our 50th anniversary, 2019
Announcing the opening of the famous Taub Family terrace, 2017.
Video conceived and created by Or Troyaner.
Humorous monologue (in Hebrew) on the compulsory ethics exam of graduate students, 2014
Humorous monologue (in English) paying tribute to Achi Brandt on his 75th birthday, 2013
Humorous monologue (in Hebrew) on the origins of our building, 2012
Humorous monologue (in Hebrew), the story of Nobel prize laureate Dan Shechtman, 2011
A Purim play – our version of the classic tale of Mordechai and Haman, Esther and Vashti, 2010
Humorous monologue (in Hebrew) on faculty hiring at CS Technion, 2008
Humorous monologue (in Hebrew), sequel to the Candidate’s Scroll, 2006
Humorous monologue (in Hebrew) on a Technion faculty candidate, 2005
Scrolls, poems and imaginary Biblical monologues, illustrated by Freddy Bruckstein, 2013
Bridge stories starring my (fictitious yet charming and brilliant) favorite grandmother
A pretty short story in rhymes
Reunion of “Gananim” – Armored Corps officer training school instructors – 30 years after
Humorous poems on the wonderful scene of the Technion’s Faculty of Computer Science
Nina Ben Moshe: Darkness and Stars – rhyming reflections on the everyday lives of my ALS-patient friends.
My unimaginably courageous aunt Nina wrote these poems in Hebrew after she was inflicted by ALS.
Wishes and blessings on various occasions
Written in the wake of the Clarence Thomas hearings, 1991