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AJT: Connecting Jewish theatre to the world

Thank you for your ongoing support in building a stronger network of theatre artists and companies through Alliance for Jewish Theatre. Will you make a gift this Giving Tuesday to support the thriving and critical tradition of Jewish theatre?

Despite tremendous challenges, these last few months have been a time of innovation, unexpected support, and new discoveries for AJT. These accomplishments are because YOU have stepped forward to show how much you care about Jewish Theatre.

And we’re just beginning. We’ve got big, audacious plans for 2021. And we need your help.

Why give? 

You care about opportunities for Jewish theatre makers to connect and share their craft.

You want to promote Jewish theatre to the larger international community.

You know that your gift will impact young artists’ lives through our Theatremachers program.

You want to support the only field-wide Jewish theatre organization in the world.

You support us building a coalition of diverse, multi-racial Jewish theatre artists.

You believe that our stories matter, and are more relevant today than ever.

You care about Jewish theatre.

You care about art.

With you as a partner, Alliance for Jewish Theatre will continue to further our mission of being an inclusive home for artists of all nationalities, races, and backgrounds.

Your support is essential. Help us reach our goal of $18,000. Click here to donate or mail a check to: Alliance for Jewish Theatre c/o Marcy Segal 3054 W. Fargo Avenue, Chicago, IL 60645. Any donation will be gratefully accepted.

$100: Fan Club
$250: Friend Circle
$500: Support Team  
$1,000: Advocate Group
$2,500: Builders Association
$10,000: Creators Party

Yours,

Hank Kimmel, AJT Board President
Jeremy Aluma, AJT Executive Director


Alliance for Jewish Theatre’s 2020 Virtual Conference
Has Recently Concluded
Check out our Feature Article in American Theatre Magazine

It was on Sunday, October 25, Monday, October 26, and Tuesday, October 27, 2020


Do you want to know more about AJT’s 2020 Virtual Conference?

Are you a 18-36 year old theatremaker?

Learn about AJT’s Theatremacher Program

Do you want to watch the recordings of events from AJT’s 2020 Virtual Conference?

Go to the registration page to fill out the registration form and pay.

Register


AJT’s Anti-Racism Training Sessions

“We at Alliance for Jewish Theatre stand in solidarity with those calling for justice and the end of racism in our country. We support the artists and activists, neighbors and friends raising their voices and speaking out against violence toward Black community members. We are unequivocal in our belief that Black lives and their stories matter. Let us not forget that because they are the lives and stories that built this nation. George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, Amaud Arbery, Oscar Grant and countless others matter. #BlackLivesMatter”

– The leadership of Alliance for Jewish Theatre
Jeremy Aluma, Executive Director
Hank Kimmel, Board President

“Racism is man’s gravest threat to man – the maximum of hatred for a minimum of reason.” — Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel

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