2015 Salon Theatre Series – Season Seven

Save the Date for JWT’s FALL PARTY – Sunday, October 12 – 1:30 pm

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS! Whether you are a professional writer or someone who has a story to tell, please consider submitting your material to JWT.  We accept first person narratives (run time 3-7 minutes), short stories (to be adapted to the stage), one-act plays (run time 10 minutes or less), poems, songs or essays this season.  An authentic voice is a must. Note below the themes of our Salons this upcoming year and submit accordingly.  Do not send material that does not fit the theme.  Please send your work to: literarymanager@Jewishwomenstheatre.org. 


He Said…She Said  

A provocative show full of surprises and laughs as men and women bare all about food, family and fooling around. 

            DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: OCT 1, 2014



This funny, poignant, perfect for Passover show explores how Jewish women break the ties that bind.

            DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: NOV 1, 2014


Reckoning with Dad

Whether we love or hate the father figures in our lives, there comes a time when we must make war or peace with them.   Be prepared for an evening that is as often brutal as it is amusing.

            DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: DEC 1, 2014

Highlights of shows from our theatre partners…

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Ancient Themes Turned Into Entertaining Vignettes

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Salon Hostess?

Salon Hostess?

Jewish women have a long tradition of hosting Salons in their homes. Actually, they started offering their domiciles in 1780, inviting people to gather together to witness new art and culture of the day.