Current Season


Some of the details are still being refined but we are very excited about the season for 2024-25:

Being Somebody — Growing up Brooklyn, a Father/Daughter Tale

Saturday, October 19 (7:30 p.m.) – Sunday, October 20 (1:30 p.m.)

Being Somebody — Growing up Brooklyn, a Father/Daughter Tale

A funny, hope-filled show starring Dr. Howard Mase, an extraordinary 88-year-old psychologist, and his singer/playwright/actor daughter Marla. Through masterful storytelling, song and dance, they take us back in time to Howard growing up in Brooklyn’s post-war gleam of the 1940s, and Marla navigating the gritty disco era of the 1970s. This musical memoir touches on universal themes and invites us to reconnect with important moments in our lives.

Visiting Mr. Green

Wednesday, January 29 – Sunday, February 9

Visiting Mr. Green

by Jeff Baron*
In this post-pandemic rewrite of a beloved play, elderly Mr. Green is almost hit by a car driven by 29-year-old Ross Gardiner. Gardiner is sentenced to community service; he must help the lonely widower once a week for six months. This 21st century “odd couple” will take audiences on a roller coaster of humor, heartbreak and healing.

The Catskills — The Rise and Fall of the Borscht Belt

Monday February 3: 7:00 p.m.

The Catskills — The Rise and Fall of the Borscht Belt

Documentary film and discussion – Ticket price $15.00
Winner of the 2024 Miami Jewish Film Festival, a humorous and nostalgic tribute to the “Borscht Belt” from its beginning as a refuge for working-class Jews, to becoming a lavish summer playground for the affluent, to its eventual decline. The Catskills chronicles the cultural, historical and economic influences that created the Borscht Belt, provided a training ground for the great comedians of the 20th century, and became the inspiration for iconic films like Dirty Dancing.
Lost in Yonkers

Tuesday, March 19 – Sunday, March 30

Lost in Yonkers

by Neil Simon*
Winner of the 1991 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, this funny and touching play tells a moving story about the experiences that scar a family and the healing that love provides. A masterful play, filled with laughter, tears and insight Lost in Yonkers is a heartwarming testament to Neil Simon’s talent.
Bad Jews theatre poster

Wednesday, April 30 – Sunday, May 11

Bad Jews

Joshua Harmon*
After their beloved grandfather dies leaving a treasured piece of religious jewelry, his grandchildren fight over the precious heirloom. In one corner is Daphna a “Real Jew” who is volatile, self-assured and unbending. In the other is her equally stubborn cousin, the secular Liam, who wants it for his shiksa girlfriend. Stuck in the middle is Liam’s brother, the gentle Josh, who tries to stay out of the fray. Along the way they battle about their religious faith, cultural assimilation, and the validity of their Jewish identity.

Ticket Prices

  • VIP Subscription* $93 (3 shows)VIP Single Ticket $36
  • General Seating Subscription* $72 (3 shows)
  • General Seating Single Ticket $28
  • Preview $18

Online tickets

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Subscriptions can only be purchased by calling the box office at 941-365-2494.

Performance Venue

The Crossings at Siesta Key
3501 South Tamiami Trail, Suite 1130
Sarasota, FL 34239

HOURS: Box office opens one hour prior to show time

For group sales, box office questions, or theatre inquiries, please call 941-365-2494.

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