2013-2014 Season  

AFTER THE REVOLUTION By Amy Herzog, Directed by Eleanor Holdridge

THE ARGUMENT By Alexandra Gersten-Vassilaros, Directed by Shirley Serotsky

WOODY SEZ: THE LIFE AND MUSIC OF WOODY GUTHRIE
Devised by David M. Lutken with Nick Corley and Darcie Deaville, Helen Jean Russell and Andy Teirstein

OUR SUBURB A World Premiere by Darrah Cloud, Directed by Judith Ivey

YELLOW FACE By David Henry Hwang, Directed by Natsu Onoda Power

VOICES FROM A CHANGING MIDDLE EAST FESITVAL: NARRATIVES OF NATION BUILDING
THE ADMISSION A Workshop Presentation by Motti Lerner, Directed by Sinai Peter

GOLDA'S BALCONY By William Gibson, Starring Tovah Feldshuh. Broadway Production supervised by Scott Schwartz

FREUD'S LAST SESSION By Mark St. Germain, Directed by Serge Seiden

THE PROSTATE DIALOGUES A World Premiere written and performed by Jon Spelman. Directed by Jerry Whiddon




2012-2013 Season   

BODY AWARENESS By Annie Baker • Directed by Eleanor Holdridge

OUR CLASS By Tadeusz S┼éobodzianek • Translated by Ryan Craig • Directed by Derek Goldman

WOODY SEZ: The Life and Music of WOODY GUTHRIE • Devised by David M. Lutken with Nick Corley and Darcie Deaville, Helen Russell and Andy Teirstein

VOICES FROM A CHANGING MIDDLE EAST FESTIVAL: DIALOGUES IN THE DESERT
APPLES FROM THE DESERT By Savyon Liebrecht • Directed by Johanna Gruenhut • Translated by Shir Freibach

BOGED (TRAITOR): AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE Presented in partnership with Georgetown University
In association with StreetSigns Center for Literature and Performance
English-language premiere by Boaz Gaon & Nir Erez • Based on the play by Henrik Ibsen • Directed by Joseph Megel


RACE By David Mamet • Directed by John Vreeke

LOCALLY GROWN: COMMUNITY SUPPORTED ART FESTIVAL
ANDY AND THE SHADOWS A World Premiere by Ari Roth • Directed by Daniella Topol

THE HAMPTON YEARS A World Premiere by Jacqueline E. Lawton • Directed by Shirley Serotsky



2011-2012 Season 

IMAGINING MADOFF  By Deb Margolin Directed by Alexandra Aron

A Special Co-production with Ford’s Theatre PARADE   Book by Alfred Uhry • Music by Jason Robert Brown Directed by Stephen Rayne

AFTER THE FALL  By Arthur Miller   Directed by Jose Carrasquillo

OY VEY IN A MANGER  Written and Performed by The Kinsey Sicks
 
THE RELIGION THING  By Renee Calarco   Directed by Joe Calarco

ELECTILE DYSFUNCTION: THE KINSEY SICKS FOR PRESIDENT!  Written and Performed by The Kinsey Sicks

NEW JERUSALEM: THE INTERROGATION OF BARUCH DE SPINOZA   By David Ives   Directed by Jeremy Skidmore

THE WHIPPING MAN  By Matthew Lopez Directed by Jennifer Nelson
 
THE HISTORY OF INVULNERABILITY   By David Bar Katz  •  Directed by Shirley Serotsky


2010-2011 Season  

SOMETHING YOU DID  By Willy Holtzman • Directed by Eleanor Holdridge

THE ODD COUPLE  By Neil Simon • Directed by Jerry Whiddon

KINSEY SICKS IN OY VEY IN A MANGER

The Cameri Theatre Production of RETURN TO HAIFA   Adapted by Boaz Gaon from the novella by Ghassan Kanafani  Directed by Sinai Peter

Theater J in Residence at Arena Stage, Fichandler Stage  THE CHOSEN     Adapted and directed by Aaron Posner  Based on the novel by Chaim Potok

PHOTOGRAPH 51  By Anna Ziegler • Directed by Daniella Topol

THE MOSCOWS OF NANTUCKET  By Sam Forman • Directed by Shirley Serotsky


2009 -2010 Season

Zero Hour Written and Performed by Jim Brochu, Directed by Piper Laurie

Lost In Yonkers  by Neil Simon, Directed by Jerry Whiddo

Judy Gold Is Mommy Queerest Book by Judy Gold, Eric Kornfeld and Bob Smith, Lyrics by Eric Kornfeld, Music by John McDaniel, Directed by Amanda Charlton

The Four of Us  by Itamar Moses, Directed by Daniel DeRaey

Andy Warhol: Good For the Jews?  Written & Performed by Josh Kornbluth in collaboration with David Dower, Director 

In Darfur  By Winter Miller, Directed by Derek Goldman

Mikveh  by Hadar Galron, Directed by Shirley Serotsky

New Jerusalem   by David Ives, Directed by Jeremy Skidmore


2008 - 2009 Season

Main Season Press Page

Sandra Bernhard's Without You I'm Nothing By Sandra Bernhard and John Boskovich, Directed by Kenneth Hartung and Sandra Bernhard

Honey Brown Eyes By Stefanie Zadrevec, Directed by Jessica Lefkow

Theodore Bikel in Sholom Aleichem: Laughter Through Tears  By Theodore Bikel, Derected by Derek Goldman

Dai (Enough) Written and performed by Iris Bahr, Originally directed Off Broadway by Will Pomerantz.

The Accident By Hillel Mitelpunkt, Directed by Sinai Peter

Benedictus By Motti Lerner  An Iran-Israel-US Collaboration  Created by Mahmood Karimi-Hakak, Motti Lerner, Roberta Levitow, Daniel Michaelson and Torange Yeghiazarian;  Directed by Rahaleh Nassri

The Rise and Fall of Annie Hall By Sam Forman, Directed by Shirley Serotsky

The Seagull on 16th Street  By Anton Chekhov, Translated by Carol Rocamora, Adapted by Ari Roth and Directed by John Vreeke


2007-2008 Season

Amy Ziff's ACCIDENT

Speed-the-Plow by David Mamet, directed by Jerry Whiddon

Shlemiel The First Conceived and Adapted by Robert Brustein, directed by Nick Olcott

Judy Gold in 25 Questions for a Jewish Mother By Kate Moira Ryan and Judy Gold, Directed by Karen Kohlhaas

The Price by Arthur Miller, Directed by Michael Carleton, Featuring Robert Prosky

David in Shadow and Light libretto by Yehuda Hyman, Music by Daniel Hoffman, Directed by Nick Olcott


2006-2007 Season

Shlemiel The First Conceived and Adapted by Robert Brustein, directed by Nick Olcott

Spring Forward, Fall Back by Robert Brustein, directed by Wesley Savick

Sleeping Arrangements by Laura Shaine Cunningham directed by Delia Taylor

BETTY's Excellent Bat Mitzvah Benefit

Family Secrets by Sherry Glaser and Greg Howells

South Side Stories music and lyrics by Louis Rosen, featuring Louis Rosen and Capathia Jenkins

Either, Or by Thomas Keneally directed by Daniel DeRaey

Shylock by Arnold Wesker, featuring Theodore Bikel

Voices from a Changing Middle East: A Festival Pangs of the Messiah by Motti Lerner, directed by Sinai Peter

 


2005-2006 Season

The Disputation by Hyam Macoby, directed by Nick Olcott, starring Theodore Bikel

String Fever by Jacquelyn Reingold, directed by Peg Denithorne

BETTY Rules The Exception to the Musical Returns! written and performed by Alyson Palmer, Amy Ziff and Elizabeth Ziff, directed by Sarah Bittenbender

The Dybbuk a new adaptation based on the play by S. Anski, adapted by Hannah Hessel and Paata Tsikurishvilli, Co-production with Synetic Theater, directed by Paata Tsikurishvilli, choreography by Irina Tsikurishvilli (Helen Hayes nominations for outstanding choreography and outstanding lighting)

Bal Masque a world premiere by Richard Greenberg, directed by John Vreeke (Helen Hayes/Charles MacArthur Award nomination for outstanding new play)

Picasso's Closet a world premiere by Ariel Dorfman, directed by John Dillon


2004-2005 Season

A Bad Friend by Jules Feiffer, directed by Nick Olcott

The Tattooed Girl a world premiere by Joyce Carol Oates, directed by John Vreeke

BETTY Rules The Exception to the Musical written and performed by Alyson Palmer, Amy Ziff and Elizabeth Ziff, directed by Michael Greif

Hannah & Martin by by Kate Fodor, directed by Jeremy B. Cohen (Helen Hayes nominations)

Central Park West/Riverside Drive two one-acts by Woody Allen, directed by Steven Carpenter 

There Are No Strangers a world premiere by Jeanette L. Buck, directed by Delia Taylor



2003- 2004 Season

GOD'S DONKEY: A PLAY ON MOSES A Traveling Jewish Theatre

FROM TEL-AVIV TO RAMALLAH: A BEAT-BOX JOURNEY starring Yuri Lane. written by Rachel Haverlock. directed by Aaron Davidman.(Helen Hayes nomination/Charles MacArthur Award nomination)

WELCOME TO MY RASH & THIRD a world premiere by Wendy Wasserstein, directed by Michael Barakiva

HOMEBODY/KABUL by Tony Kushner, directed by John Vreeke, co-produced by Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company (Helen Hayes Award nomination for outstanding lead actress)

PASSING THE LOVE OF WOMEN English language world premiere by Motti Lerner & Israel Zamir (adapted from a story by Isaac Bashevis Singer), directed by Daniel DeRaey

OH, THE INNOCENTS written and directed by Ari Roth, with original music by the author

 

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