AJT’s 2018 Conference
Philadelphia, PA • October 21 – 23
Hosted by Theatre Ariel
- Register (members’ early bird extended til the conference!)
- Showcase application (by Aug. 24)
- Theatremachers application (by Aug. 20)
- Schedule (subject to change)
Join Theatremakers from across the U.S. and abroad
Creating New Jewish Theatre: CONNECT • DISCOVER • LEARN • BE INSPIRED!
Legendary Performer Tovah Feldshuh, receiving the Theodore Bikel Award for Excellence in Jewish Theatre. (Originating star of Golda’s Balcony, the longest-running one woman show in Broadway history.)
Adam Kantor, delivering the Keynote Address (In Tony-award winning, The Band’s Visit
Jacqueline Goldfinger – nationally acclaimed leading a special playwright’s workshop.
Paul Meshejian – Artistic Director, PlayPenn (theatre company that developed Oslo), featured panelist on “New Play Development.”
I can sum up my goals for this AJT conference in one word – NEW! By drawing from incredible Philadelphia theatre companies we will engage in new play development, learn best practices and have a safe space for new conversations on multiculturalism and social justice in the theatre, to challenge us and to explore making new Jewish theatre in 2018 and for the future! – Deborah Baer Mozes, Artistic Director, Theatre Ariel
Artistic partners include: Theatre Philadelphia and PlayPenn, InterAct, Simpatico, Azuka, and Inis Nua.
AJT’s latest news!
- Boston Conference 2017 reflections:
- We are now the Alliance for Jewish Theatre. What does that mean? AJT President Hank Kimmel explains…
Have you connected with another AJT member for a production? Let us know! We’re building a list, so everyone can see how we benefit from each other.