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Anat Kriger is a Toronto-based actress, singer, songwriter. Born and raised in a small town in Israel, Anat moved to Canada after finishing her service in the Israeli army.

Upon graduating from  Randolph College For The Performing Arts, she has been working on her own original music and musical, and was part of different Theatre projects in Canada and New York.

Her latest single “I Just Wanna Love You” was the first single she wrote, composed, directed and performed in and received over 200K views on YouTube.

Recent credits include: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Theatre Antigonish), The New Canadian Curling Club (Festival Antigonish), Stage Manager/Assistant Director for Best Friends (Israeli Artists Project, New York), Assistant Director for Ted Dykstra in The Antipodes (Coal Mine Theatre), The Secret Garden (Wavestage Theatre), The Holiday Show (Freckles World), A Little Night Music (Randolph College), Noise (Randolph College). 




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It’s Monday night at a small-town rink and it’s the first-ever Learn to Curl class for new Canadians. The club’s ice maker, Stuart MacPhail, reluctantly steps in as head coach, but the trouble is, Stuart has plenty of opinions about immigrants! What follows is the hilarious and inspiring story of a group of unlikely athletes who face off against local prejudice and become a true team.


Anat Kriger releases her single

“I Just Wanna Love You” (Interview)

Israeli-born, Toronto-based singer-songwriter and actress Anat Kriger has unveiled her single, “I Just Wanna Love You,” which gives us a first-time glimpse at Anat as a songwriter, as it’s the first song she wrote.

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Israeli Artists Project Presents The New York Premiere of BEST FRIENDS

ISRAELI ARTISTS PROJECT has announced, in celebration of Women's History Month, the New York premiere production (after an extensive pandemic pause, initially scheduled in Spring of 2020) of award-winning Israeli playwright Anat Gov's BEST FRIENDS, the longest-running comedy in Israel and winner of the prestigious Israel National Theater Award for Best Comedy in 1999, directed by Hamutal Posklinsky-Shehory.


Israeli-born singer, songwriter and actress, Anat Kriger releases an impressive new single today that we can’t seem to get enough of

The minute we heard Anat’s voice we fell in love with it and couldn’t get it out of our heads. She has one of the purest and most powerful voices we’ve heard in days and her performance not only demands your attention but her sound feels refreshing in the best way possible. 


Review: The Antipodes is the play we all need to see right now

After two years without theatre, there’s something appropriate and powerful about being so fully engaged in a story about stories. Coal Mine, whose productions are often a highlight of any theatre year, has made a triumphant return. This is a play we all need to see right now.


“I’ve seen people dancing on their balconies”: This nurse and saxophonist plays outdoor concerts for locked-down seniors’ homes

“I can’t be in five places at once, so I’ve hired more musicians who share my mission about creating great experiences for seniors. The first person I brought on was my daughter Anat Kriger, who is a professional actress and singer.



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