Nira Moser is a theatre artist-scholar. She has an M.A. in Theatre Arts from Tel Aviv University. She holds a B.A. in Theatre Arts, Economy, and Accounting from Tel Aviv University. She is currently a PhD candidate at the Theatre Arts Department of Tel Aviv University, under the supervision of Prof. Shimon Levi. Her fields of research include: Community Theatre, Theatre and Social Change, Disability Performance, Disability Dance and aspects of Disability Culture. Nira is a fellow researcher in the "Performing Arts in Postcolonial Western Culture: Intercultural community performances in Jerusalem and Berlin" research group, hosted by the Institute for Western Cultures at the Hebrew University. Since 2007, Nira Moser has been teaching Community Theatre and Theatre for Social Change at the Department of Theatre Studies of the Hebrew University. She has initiated, led, and facilitated collaborative theatre projects between students and activists with disabilities, from the Centre for Independent Living in Jerusalem. These projects resulted, for example, in the performance Eyelevel (2007, 2008), a site-specific ‘Invisible Theatre’ in the streets of Jerusalem (2010), and the musical Beauty and the Beast (2011, 2012). Nira is also the director and the facilitator of the Zoolat theatre group of people with disabilities in Bat-Yam, Israel. The group has presented its works at various festivals and theatres throughout Israel. Among her works: Limited (Ltd., 2015), Zoolat (2008), Koobe Paradais (2006) and others. Since 2013, Nira is a member of the judges' panel of the National Youth Theatre Festival in Bat-Yam.