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See What`s New At TEATRON!

See What`s New At TEATRON!

As the new Artistic Director and Executive Producer of TEATRON Toronto Jewish Theatre,  I am very excited about our new season. After a two year hiatus, TEATRON is coming back with a bang! 
We have a new team of energized Board members, Theresa Tova, Jack Rotsztain, Dyna Feldman, Leon Kieselstein, and Ari Weisberg. Although from diverse backgrounds, they share the commitment of presenting our audiences with productions that capture the total theatre experience. Together we are bringing great Jewish stories to life – stories that resonate from pieces of our nostalgic past to current controversially themed plays that will resonate.
 
THE JEWISH RADIO HOUR IS COMING BACK!
 
TEATRON`s first production, the Jewish Radio Hour, is scheduled for June 2017 in the new 550 seat Lyric Theatre at at the Toronto Centre for the Arts.
The response to the production last summer, at the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts was an outpouring of joy and appreciation for recreating a piece of our Jewish past. We are bringing the Jewish Radio Hour back, for anyone who missed the last show and for everyone who is waiting to see it again.  More information coming soon.
TEATRON's new new artistic director and executive producer

 

Sincerely,
Phyllis Feldman
Artistic Director & Executive Producer
TEATRON Toronto Jewish Theatre

 

About TEATRON Toronto Jewish Theatre

TEATRON Toronto Jewish theatre is a not for profit company established on May 12, 2002 to address the unique needs of the Jewish and the general community in Toronto as well as in other communities in Ontario.

TEATRON is more than just a theatre; it is a full programme designed to promote the Jewish tradition, history, philosophy and way of life, educating and promoting Jewish values to the entire community, particularly important in these days, when anti-Semitism and racism are again raising their ugly heads around the world.

TEATRON carefully selects its material and the way it is presented, exposing the participants to Jewish life in an accessible and thought provoking format.

TEATRON emphasizes new Canadian Jewish plays as well as establish contemporary plays and plays from the Yiddish theatre. Check out our past seasons

TEATRON’s programs encourage audience involvement through lectures and discussionswith the cast and crew.

TEATRON’S outreach programs bring schools into the theatre for cooperative learning experiences that include learning about the Jewish experience as well as about the workings and history of theatre in general, and the Jewish theatre in particular.

TEATRON, by being a Shomer Shabbat theatre in Ontario, answers another unique need in our community by making theatre accessible to all Jewish theatre artists.

A note: Some of our plays may contain language or scenes that may offend some. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

TEATRON Toronto Jewish theatre is a not for profit company established on May 12, 2002 to address the unique needs of the Jewish and the general community in Toronto as well as in other communities in Ontario.

TEATRON is more than just a theatre; it is a full programme designed to promote the Jewish tradition, history, philosophy and way of life, educating and promoting Jewish values to the entire community, particularly important in these days, when anti-Semitism and racism are again raising their ugly heads around the world.

TEATRON carefully selects its material and the way it is presented, exposing the participants to Jewish life in an accessible and thought provoking format.

TEATRON emphasizes new Canadian Jewish plays as well as establish contemporary plays and plays from the Yiddish theatre. Check out our past seasons

TEATRON’s programs encourage audience involvement through lectures and discussionswith the cast and crew.

TEATRON’S outreach programs bring schools into the theatre for cooperative learning experiences that include learning about the Jewish experience as well as about the workings and history of theatre in general, and the Jewish theatre in particular.

TEATRON, by being a Shomer Shabbat theatre in Ontario, answers another unique need in our community by making theatre accessible to all Jewish theatre artists.

A note: Some of our plays may contain language or scenes that may offend some. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.