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EXTENDED THROUGH AUGUST
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Thursdays at 8 pm:  Aug. 6, 13, 20, 27
Saturdays at 8 pm: 
Aug. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
Sundays at 2 pm :  Aug. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
Sundays at 7:30 pm:
Aug. 2, 9, 16, 23

JWT’s New Home @ The Braid 2912 Colorado Ave., Suite 102, Santa Monica, CA  90404 310.315.1400

What people are saying about it!


JWT’s Beloved Show THE ART OF FORGIVENESS

Reprised at THE BRAID for a 5-performance run

Forgiveness

Right in time for the High Holidays…

Jewish women reveal their secrets to forgiving.  But do they ever forget?  Find out in this moving and thought-provoking show that deals with sibling rivalry, betrayal, ex-husbands, a German’s plea for forgiveness and one woman’s ability to forgive herself after a horrible accident that takes a man’s life.

Wed., Sept. 2 @ 8 pm
Thursday, Sept. 3 @ 8 pm
Friday, Sept. 4 @ 8 pm
Sunday, Sept. 6 @ 2 pm
Sunday, Sept. 6 @ 7:30 pm

BUY TICKETS HERE


 

Calling Millennials–Submit your story for a special Fall Salon!!

MY BAD, MY GOOD — For 20s/30s writers only.

Millennials confess pivotal moments in life–moments we wish we could have done differently–in learning to love, settling the score, figuring out what makes someone Jewish, and other funny and revealing stories in this one-of-a-kind show about being 20/30 something.  Send your stories, poems, comic stories and songs by July 30 to:  ronda@jewishwomenstheatre.org

2016 At-Homes Salon Season — Submit Your Story!

Submit your stories, poems, short plays, songs to the themes of the season.  No longer than 1500 words, please.  We will not accept late submissions this year.  Thank you!

 

TEMPTATION

A delicious and dangerous discovery of secrets of Jewish women in this shocking and surprising show that will surely evoke laughter and tears, but most of all, remind you how seductive temptation can be. Jan 17-Feb 1.

For more about the Temptation theme, click HERE

     Deadline for submissions: Oct 15

 

JACOB’S DILEMMA

Ripped from the pages of our sacred text and reimagined for the modern age, this hilarious and provocative show of newly commissioned pieces explores yearning, betrayal and loss, and just might upend your preconceptions about the bible. March 6-March 21

For more about the Jacob’s Dilemma theme, click HERE

     Deadline for submissions: Nov 15

 

CHUTZPAH & SALSA

Our sisters south of the border serve up funny, poignant and pivotal moments in their lives as they share what it means to have a Latina heart and a Jewish soul. May 15–May 30

For more about the Chutzpah & Salsa theme, click HERE

     Deadline for submissions: Dec 15


Check out our Art Exhibit @ The Braid

THINGS WE PASS DOWN

THE ART OF A MOTHER & DAUGHTER

Extended through August
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Milliner Louise Green and her daughter, painter Lucy Sharf, successful artists in their own right, exhibit their art together.  Things We Pass Down is the second show of a series that explores what we take willingly and unwillingly from our parents and what we may pass down to our children.

Louise Green hats for sale at The Braid!

Gallery Hours:
Monday – Closed
Tuesday – 1PM — 5PM
Wednesday – 1PM — 5PM
Thursday – 1PM — 5PM and open during Theater performances
Friday – 1PM–3PM
Saturday – Open only during Theater performances
Sunday – Open only during Theater performances

JWT’s New Home @ The Braid 2912 Colorado Ave., Suite 102, Santa Monica, CA  90402 310.315.1400

"Things We Pass Down" - Who, What, and When
PROGRAMMING AT THE BRAID – Beyond the Salon!
Interview with Monica Piper
THE LOS ANGELES TIMES LOVES JWT!
JWT Makes Front Page News - L.A. Times
The Culinary Arts of a College Baker
Inside Jewish Women's Theatre
Ancient Themes Turned Into Entertaining Vignettes

Ancient Themes Turned Into Entertaining Vignettes

Paul Freeman, writer for the Daily News, reviews Jewish Women’s Theatre and our latest production, “Unknown Stories of Biblical Proportions.”

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.