Dan Almagor (born 1935) is an Israeli playwright who has adapted and translated over a hundred plays for the Hebrew stage, including Shakespeare's "The Comedy of Errors", "Fiddler on the Roof," "The King and I," "My Fair Lady" and "Guys and Dolls".
His early songs, such as A Ballad for the Medic and Kol Ha’Kavod, celebrated Israeli macho culture and military heroism, but much of his later work is satiric and critical of Israeli society
- Almagor, Dan (1998-11-19). ""Barad yarad bidrom sfarad" How "The Rain in Spain" Fell in Eretz-Israel". Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Retrieved 2007-10-25.
- Kaye, Helen (2006-05-25). "At 70, there's no stopping Almagor". The Jerusalem Post. Retrieved 2007-10-25.[permanent dead link]
- Interview with Dan Almagor