Los Angeles-based Jewish Women’s Theatre (JWT) seeks out accomplished writers, encouraging them to explore their Jewish identity and create from their hearts. By establishing a home for such material, JWT expands the view of Jewish women and furthers Jewish culture. They are back at the OFJCC with three brand new shows.
The Matzo Ball Diaries
Monday, February 6 | 7:30 PM
This show reveals the delicious secret stories of food and home. Laugh and cry as we discover the power of food to nourish, heal or move us to action.
Exile: Kisses on Both Cheeks
Monday, April 3 | 7:30 PM
The Sephardic legacy of family, community and country looking for home more than 500 years after the expulsion from Spain is a Jewish immigrant story that is rarely told on stage. Until now.
We would like to recognize David Arfin and Madeline Chaleff for generously sponsoring Exile: Kisses on Both Cheeks.
Monday, May 22 | 7:30 PM
We all want more courage. This show explores stories of brave acts, small and large, that change lives and inspire us all. It also shares those moments when we just can't seem to muster the courage to do the right thing.
Monday, May 22
Freidenrich Conference Center, Room F-401
$30 General Public | $25 Members and J-Pass holders
Contact: Ilanit Gal | [email protected]