Arizona Jewish Theatre Company
(602) 264-0402, (602) 264-7131
Opened in 1912 by William Fox, born Wilhelm Fried in Hungary, the Audobon Ballroom was the first theater in the neighborhood. Bringing the latest vaudeville shows to the “Heights” the theater also ...
Former Canal Street Theater
A silent movie palace of the 1920s, the Canal Street Theater was known for its beautifully detailed terracotta façade. Now an electronics store, the beauty of the building has been marred somewhat bu ...
Golem Theatre Budapest, Hungary
36 20 9730343
Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company
416-932-9995 ext. 224
JCC of Greater Vancouver
Jewish Ensemble Theatre
(248) 788-2900, (248) 788-5160
Jewish Repertory Theatre of WNY Buffalo, NY
(716) 688-4114, (716) 688-3572
Jewish Theater of Austria
43 (1) 319 96 19, 43 (1) 319 08 17
Jewish Theatre Collaborative (JTC)
Jewish Theatre Ensemble
Jewish Theatre Grand Rapids
Jewish Theatre of Bloomington
Jewish Women's Theatre
Joseph Papp Public Theater
A National Historic Landmark, this theater premiered the rock musical “Hair” that turned the theatre world on its ear in the 1960s and was part of the revolutionary scene of Greenwich Village. Bui ...
Loew’s Paradise Theatre
A registered New York City landmark, the Paradise Theater is one of the last surviving examples of the “Atmospheric” style made famous by architect John Eberson in the 1920s. Decorated to resemble ...
Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company
The Jewish alternative scene is alive and well in Cafe Siraly, a cafe/theatre where you can sip coffee upstairs or go downstairs to enjoy everything from Israeli tango shows to Jewish poetry readings. ...
A former vaudeville house, the Sunshine Theater presented many Yiddish stars and was a fixture on the Yiddish Theater scene. Now renovated and rebranded as cinema, the Sunshine screens foreign and ind ...