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Hadi Tabbal

Hadi Tabbal

Hadi is a NY-based writer and actor, born and raised in Lebanon. Hadi was a resident playwright at Berkeley Rep’s GroundFloor program where he developed his first play The Remnants. His second play Icarus in Berytus was selected as a semi-finalist at Playwrights Realm in New York. Hadi most recently received Noor Theater's Artists Advancing Cultural Change commission, where he will be working on his second play in his Beirut series.  As an actor, Hadi starred as Amir Al-Raisani in NBC’s drama The Brave. He has also had several other TV guest appearances. He will play the lead role in The Public Theater's production of Mona Mansour’s The Vagrant Trilogy (interrupted by the pandemic). Hadi is a member of the Middle Eastern Writers Group at The Lark Play Development Center and an Adjunct Assistant Professor at CUNY York College. Previously, he was an artistic associate with the Sundance Theater Institute. Hadi holds an M.F.A from The New School for Drama and is a past recipient of the Fulbright Grant. He is represented by A3 Artists Agency and The Kravitz Company.


last edited 9/16/2021

Hadi Tabbal Events
Icarus in Berytus
The Middle Eastern American Writers Lab Launch!
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