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Great theater not only plays a large role in helping to create the richness of our community, but it also can be an engine for change, individual growth, and shared understanding. Our final production of the season is the world premiere of Natasha and the Coat, a poignant new play about two twenty-somethings who live in very different worlds. I look forward to seeing you soon!

-Barbara Brooks Producing Artistic Director


Opens April 21

Artist Feature


Join Us

Robert Dorfman
Paul Epton
Michael Hoover
Craig Johnson
Miriam Schwartz

For a special evening with MJTC Artists 

 

Program

A look at the differences between solo and multiple-cast productions through the eyes of artists. This diverse panel of actors, designers, and directors will be moderated by MinnPost’s Pamela Espeland. 

Buffet / Wine / Auction

Auction items will include:

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Welcome back, Miriam!

Miriam Schwartz, most recently seen at the Guthrie Theater in Indecent, will be returning to MJTC this spring for the role of Natasha in Natasha and the Coat. Schwartz is a Seattle native and graduate of the University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater BFA Actor Training Program. An MJTC regular, Miriam has performed in the one-woman productions DAI (Enough) and Becoming Dr. Ruth. She has also been seen at MJTC as Daphna in Bad Jews, Jessica in Jericho, Ayelet in Handle With Care, and most recently, Alex in Church & State. 
 


Doorways Programs

for Natasha and the Coat

Additional free programming in conjunction with the play! 

4/26 - Talkback with the Actors

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4/29 - Q & A Skype with Playwright Deborah Stein

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5/3 - The Culture of Clothing - a discussion with designers!

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5/7 - Story Slam: Bad Jobs! - at Lake Monster Brewery

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Our Mission

Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company ignites the hearts and minds of people of all cultural backgrounds by producing theater of the highest artistic standards. Rooted in Jewish content, our work explores differences, illuminates commonalities, and fosters greater understanding among all people. 


Small stage. Big ideas. Great performances.