Since 1980 has designed lighting for numerous theater & dance productions in Israel, France & the U.S. Teaches stage lighting at School for Visual Theatre, & in the past taught at Emunah College, Hebrew University, & Kibbutz Seminar. Has served as technical director & resident lighting designer for several theatres, & has toured extensively with Israeli & French companies in Europe, Asia & North America; productions that he has designed are currently running in about ten different theatres. Winner of the "Kipod HaZahav" award for best lighting design in an Israeli fringe theatre production for 2008. Chosen for three consecutive years as one of the designers for the prestigious "Curtains Up" festival at the Suzanne Dellal Dance Center in Tel Aviv.Winner of the "Kipod HaZahav" award for best lighting design in an Israeli fringe theatre production for 2008. For four of last five years has been chosen as one of the designers for the prestigious "Curtains Up" festival at the Suzanne Dellal Dance Center in Tel Aviv. Uri also works as a stage photographer.
Among the theatre directors designed for: Naomi Yoeli, Hadas Ophrat, Gili Shenit, Mario Kotler, Gabriella Lev, Joyce Miller, Noa Chelton, Michael Gurevich, Fuad Awad, Udi Ben Moshe, Yigal Ezrati, Julia Pevzner, Isabelle Starkier, Shelly DeVito, Laura Herts, Geula Attar, Yael Karavan, Ofer Amram, Aya Kaplan, Elinor Agam, Hanoch Rosen, Yisrael Gurion, Dani Horowitz, Yuval Zamir, Yonatan Esterkin, Dafna Kron, Roni Sinai, Niko Nitai, Eran Baniel, Moshe Ivgy.
Among the choreographers designed for: Flora Cushman, Sally-Anne Friedland, Tamara Mielnik, Yaron Margolin, Amos Hetz, Ronit Ziv, Tamar Borer, LeeSaar Company, Yossi Berg & Oded Graf, Yasmeen Godder, Maya Stern, Tomer Sharabi, Ronen Yitzhaki, Maya Levy, Hillel Kogan, Iris Erez, Dafi Altabeb, Shlomit Fundaminski, Odelya Kuperberg, Anat Katz, Gilat Amotz, Or Marinn, Alice Dor-Cohen, Rachel Erdos, Nimrod Freed, Racheli Zohar, Dana Rotenberg, Mihal Herman, Aviv Ivgy.
Rubinstein is the company technical manager and designed the lights in Godder's "LOVE FIRE" (2009).
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