From Ken Kelleher, freelance director and former Artistic Director of SF Shakespeare Festival:
Some thoughts on the artist Rami Margron.
Rami Margron is one of the most imaginative and daring artists that I have ever encountered. Working with them is like working without a wire, thrilling and dangerous. Rami has a unique and open perspective about the world which gives their work an openness, a freshness, a naivete, a passion and a joy that I have rarely witnessed on stage. Rami is a chameleon of the soul. Ever changing, always adapting, fluid and heart-wrenchingly honest. They are a kind soul with an enormous capacity to help others. As an artist, they are uniquely qualified to range over the human experience. As a director, one always cherishes the capacity in an actor like Rami, because thought seems to race from one artist to another, but what started as a dry notion blossoms within them into a puckish and intoxicating new life form.
Rami has an endless capacity to amaze. They are electric on stage, a current that keeps the work buoyant and alive. Seldom have I seen an artist who has the ability to create so physically and emotionally. Body and mind are fused in a wondrous combination. What I love about working with Rami Margron is that I never know what to expect, am always amazed, and have never been disappointed. Whatever Rami does, they seem to live in the moment. And the moment is beautiful to behold. They have the zeitgeist of a clown. They are existentially funny. They are a 21 st century Charlie Chaplin.
Rami Margron is a zealot of the creative experience.