The theatre will present four productions at different venues throughout Washington, D.C.
What U.S. Jewish narratives have to say to an age of rising hatred and exclusion.
The D.C. theatre’s lineup will feature six new plays.
How does Lucas Hnath’s play about conflict in a megachurch fit Theater J’s mission? Adam Immerwahr explains.
Whether directing, writing, or irreverently adapting, the D.C.-based artist isn’t afraid of bringing himself to all his work.
How a dramaturg and a managing director complement each other in work and life.
Both Motti Lerner’s ‘After the War’ and David Grossman’s ‘Falling Out of Time’ engage with loss, but in wildly different ways.
Artistic director Adam Immerwahr’s inaugural season will feature classic plays and new dramas.
The former associate A.D. from New Jersey’s McCarter Theatre succeeds an embattled leader at D.C.’s flagship Jewish theatre.
The Jewish theatre’s season will feature plays focusing on identity, with world premieres by Caleen Sinnette Jennings and Derek Goldman.