Moshe Malka is an actor, director, playwright, acting instructor and Alexander Technique teacher. He began his career as an actor at the Khan Theater and later played in the Youth Theater, Habima, and the Itim Ensemble directed by Rina Yerushalmi. He developed a method of instruction for actors that combines Alexander Technique, actors’ tools, and Shakespearean texts. He likewise developed an original physical-clowning theatrical idiom called Zits. Through it he created street theater, modern clowning performances and plays without words. His plays have participated in festivals in Israel and abroad and have won prizes. In 2002 he directed the play “Blacks” by Jean Genet at the Acco Festival where it received an honorable mention. Malka also served as the artistic director of the Bat Yam International Street Theater Festival, created the play “Behind the Wind” at the Na Legaat Theater of the Deaf and Blind and teaches acting in various frameworks. In 2004 he initiated the establishment of the Hullegeb Theater at Confederation House.