HIGHLIGHTS

JWT At-Homes: 2017 Season of the Salon Theatre Series –
Exile: Kisses on Both Cheeks

Our second offering of the season is a new show about immigration.  March 18 – April 3.  An  evening of Salon Theatre, presented in homes and unique venues, near you!—South Bay, Westside, Valley, Beverly Hills/Hancock Park, Fairfax Area. Included in the price is a scrumptious dessert buffet and thought-provoking Q & A post performance.  Address and directions will be sent by email 10 days prior to the performance.  MORE INFO

Exile: The Sephardic Legacy

 Art Exhibit @ The Braid

Show run: March 18 – April 25, 2017

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Rain Pryor in her own Story, Fried Chicken & Latkes

Extended by popular demand until June 3 – at The Braid
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Classes for Winter/Spring @ The Braid

Have you ever wished you could write a story for JWT?
Join us at the Braid for storytelling workshops, memoir writing classes, improv and more!
CLICK HERE to see the full array of wonderful offerings by JWT. 

Classy Broad

The fascinating documentary about Marcia Nasatir,  a Jewish girl from San Antonio who shattered Hollywood’s glass ceiling by becoming a film producer and the first woman vice-president of a film studio.
Sunday, April 23 10am – noon

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abbe-meryl-federJWT Names Millennial Fellows

Work begins on Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles’ grant to cultivate Next Generation of Millennial Theatre Professionals.  Twelve talented millennial actors, writers, producers, and directors have been selected from a pool of nearly 50 applicants to take part in the Jewish Women’s Theatre’s (JWT) NEXT @ The Braid Arts Council, a new initiative made possible by a $150,000 Cutting Edge grant from the Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles. READ MORE

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LIBBY SCHWARTZ: A JWT writer in her 10th Decade

Everyone has a story.  Find out why Libby Schwartz, a writer in her 10th decade, tells her story and why it is important to share yours with Jewish Women’s Theatre.