AJT 2012 Conference

February 5-8, 2012
Los Angeles, California

The Association for Jewish Theatre’s 2012 conference was February 5th through 8th, at the Dortort Center for Creativity in the Arts, at UCLA Hillel.

Conference Schedule

An Evening of Jewish Theatre

Recap: The 2012 AJT Conference

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Join AJT or Renew your Membership for 2012: Membership Renewal page


Registration is closed, the conference is over. Come back next year! (But join/renew with AJT now!)

The Current Snapshot

  • Conference base at the Dortort Center for Creativity in the Arts at UCLA Hillel
  • Discounts for AJT members
  • Outstanding programs and entertainment
  • Trips to Los Angeles theatre venues and hobnobbing with LA theatre and arts professionals
  • Top speakers from the elite of international Jewish theatre, arts, and culture
  • Keynote speaker Richard Montoya from Culture Clash, Carl Reiner, Ed Asner, and more!
  • Networking and sharing with the best of the best

Last year’s conference in Chicago was amazing with high-level programming and great connections being made. All a tribute to our great organization!

The 2012 AJT Conference Committee: Aaron Henne, Alan Friedenthal, Carol Rosen, David Y. Chack, Deborah Baer Mozes, Doug Brook, Elayne LeTraunik, Jeannine Frank, Karen Rushfield, Keren Goldberg, Rebecca Joy Fletcher, Rick Stein, Ronda Spinak, Stacie Chaiken, Stephanie Liss, Wendy Graf


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