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AJT special achievements

AJT recognized several members at the 2016 conference in St. Louis.

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Members enjoy networking and panels with fellow theatre makers

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Theodore Bikel z''l

AJT honored our longtime supporter and honorary board member at our 2016 conference (pictured here at our 2014 conference)

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AJT Conference – April 2016; St. Louis, MO

Redefining Jewish Theatre in an Age of Multi-Culturalismnjt_logo2

Thank you for joining us!
We hope to see you again next year!

Read the keynote address

by Kimberly Senior, Broadway director of Ayad Akhtar’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Disgraced

Conference highlights:

  • Tribute to Theodore Bikel
  • Discussion with Mike Isaacson, lead producer of the Tony Award-Winning Fun Home
  • Playwright and Solo Performer showcase
  • Special workshop about Ferguson and how the arts can respond, facilitated by local activist clergy.

Check out what we did, in the full conference schedule!

Conference

April 3-6, 2016 St. Louis, Missouri The Association for Jewish Theatre’s 2016 conference — Redefining Jewish Theatre in an Age of Multi-Culturalism – was April 3rd through 6th, hosted by […]

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Membership

Join or renew your AJT membership now for 2016! Add 2017 now, at a discount! Not sure if it’s time to renew? Check with Eli Taylor, AJT Coordinator (etaylor@afjt.com) To […]

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Your assistance supports the production of Jewish theatre around the world. Please make a tax-deductible donation today. AJT is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation.

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Individuals

Check out our members – a cross-section of playwrights, directors, artistic directors, dramaturgs, critics, and other practitioners of Jewish theatre: Members: Want to update your page? Don’t have a page […]

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Theatres

Check out our member theatres – a wide array of performing arts organizations around the world, with a focus or interest in Jewish theatre. Members: Want to update your page? […]

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