Maya Arad Yasur (1976) is an Israeli playwright and dramaturge. She holds a Master’s degree in Dramaturgy from the University of Amsterdam where she graduated with distinction. Maya Arad Yasur has been working as a production dramaturge in the Netherlands and in Israel, specializing in devised theatre and documentary theatre. As a playwright her interest lies in issues of identity, exile and war through the dissection of narrative mechanisms. Her plays have been staged and publicly read in various theatres in Israel, Germany, Austria, Norway and the U.S. and were published in leading theatre magazines in Germany, Poland and Israel. She won the Habima (Israel's National Theatre) prize for emerging artists for her play God Waits at the Station (2015) and the 1st prize for playwriting of the International Theatre Institute for her play Suspended (2011). Her play Amsterdam is the winner of the Berliner Theatertreffen Stückemarkt 2018.

Amsterdam (2018)
Suspended (2016)
Ten Minutes from Home (2015)
God Waits at the Station (2014)