You don’t have to be Jewish to love Jewish theatre!

Hedy Lamar with Heather Massie

Sarasota Jewish Theatre

makes the world even more magical

with a little Yiddishkeit (Jewish thinking).

Step into our theatre to enjoy selections from the treasure trove of Jewish drama — contemporary, classic, richly humorous, deeply meaningful.

We promise a variety of stimulating and enlightening plays, programs, and conversations that could, with a touch of theatre magic, make the world a better, safer, and more inclusive place.

Join us!

Bonus Production!

Charting the Lost Continent

October 25 and 26, 2023

Based on poetry by award-winning Sarasota poet Linda Albert

Bashert – Some Things are Meant to Be by Lynne Bernfield

November 11, 2023 at 7:30 p.m.

“Bernfield shares stories that are touching and funny in a light, casual style … she makes you feel good.” —Sarasota Herald-Tribune

Fully Committed by Becky Mode

January 31-February 4, 2024

“… immensely entertaining, a richly comic affirmation of everything I’ve ever heard, or suspected, about the bad behavior that good food can inspire.” —The New York Times

Better Late by Larry Gelbart

March 13-21, 2024

“Breezy entertainment on serious themes … with a mature sensibility and a decidedly mainstream comedic tone … always diverting and admirably unsentimental.” —Variety

The Immigrant by Mark Harelik

May 1-12, 2024

“… from the meek, submissive immigrant to a mensch of conviction, his rich journey … of a life fulfilled in America is definitely worth seeing.” —Theatre Los Angeles

What We Offer

The Joy of Jewish Theatre

Contemporary and Classic Plays with Jewish Themes

Post-performance Discussions

New Works by Jewish Playwrights

Workshops and Presentations

For those who wish to invest in our future, your tax-deductible donation can be made to:

Sarasota Jewish Theatre
P.O. Box 3395
Sarasota, FL 34230

For information call: 941-232-4123.


Alliance for Jewish Theatre
Alliance for Jewish Theatre