Alliance for Jewish Theatre is a network of international Jewish theatres and theatre artists supporting each other through information-sharing, conferences, and virtual programs.
Theatre Schmooze is Alliance for Jewish Theatre’s brand new podcast where we chat with Jewish theatre makers from around the world about their art, Judaism, and vision for theater’s future. Check out our monthly one-on-one, in-depth interviews starting Thursday, March 18, 2021.
Episode 4 with Jeremy Aluma (dropped Monday, June 30, 2021)
Episode 3 with Yehudah Jai Husband (dropped Monday, May 31, 2021)
Episode 2 with Kimberly Senior (dropped Thursday, April 15, 2021)
Episode 1 with Emily Mann (dropped Thursday, March 18, 2021)
Theatre Schmooze is an Alliance for Jewish Theatre program, produced by Jeremy Aluma, Danny Debner, Lawrence Goodman, and Danielle Levsky, with assistance from Ariel Martz-Oberlander and Mindy Leanse. Our host is Danielle Levsky, AJT Board Member, writer, clown, performer, producer, and recovering theatre journalist. Our theme music is by Ilya Levinson and Alex Koffman and our logo was created by Michelle Shapiro.
Click here to go to our Theatre Schmooze page.
Alliance for Jewish Theatre is thrilled to announce our official 2021 Virtual Conference Dates
Sunday, October 24, 2021
Monday, October 25, 2021
Tuesday, October 26, 2021
Please mark your calendars, there will be 3 to 4 events each day.
(see below for information from our 2020 Conference)
AJT’s 2020 Virtual Conference Concluded
Check out our Feature Article in American Theatre Magazine
It was Sunday, October 25 through Tuesday, October 27, 2020
Do you want to know more about AJT’s 2020 Virtual Conference?
- Check out the events, speakers, and panelists Current Highlights
- Check out all of the conference details in the full Event Details
- Check out the Conference Schedule, view or download the Conference Program, download the Conference Schedule PDF
Are you a 18-36 year old theatremaker?
Learn about AJT’s Theatremacher Program
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