Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company’s Doorways program first began in 2002. MJTC is proud to provide this innovative programming to complement the work on stage. Such programs include:
- community forums
- lectures and symposia
- events in partnership with other organizations such as museums and synagogues
- post performance discussions
- Continuing legal education seminars (CLE) for credit
- work with school children
Doorways programs are designed to open the doors to greater understanding and enjoyment of the plays we present and to give deeper insights into the subjects and issues they address. Each production of the season has Doorways programs to enhance the artistic and educational value of the work you see onstage. Our post performance discussions feature esteemed guests who are professionals in our community. They join us to provide further information on topics in the production, and foster stimulating conversation with those in attendance. Our CLE programs are co-sponsored by the law firm of Fredrikson & Byron, P.A.
Doorways Programs for We Are the Levinsons
Zachor & Shalom: Memory & Wholeness | Sunday, April 23 (after the 1 p.m show)
Post-show discussion with co-chairs Annette Sandler and Chris Rosenthal (Twin Cities Jewish Community Alzheimer’s Task Force), Dr. Victor Sandler (MD), and Margie Solomon. The panel will explore dementia and how we can best support both those struggling with memory loss and aging, as well as those who are caregivers for our loved ones.
Schmear & Schmooze - 20s & 30s Event | Sunday, April 30 (after the performance)
See the show, then grab coffee & a bagel and chat with the playwright! A special event for those aged 20-39. Your ticket is just $15.
Reservations required. Call (651) 647-4315.
Universal and Unique Challenges of Transgender Individuals
Wednesday, May 3 (after the performance)
Transgender individuals will reflect on the character Grace, and share personal insights.
Launching a World Premiere | Saturday, May 6 (after the performance)
Get an inside look at the process of bringing a new play to life. A panel will include Wendy Kout, playwright, Kurt Schweickhardt, director, and Barbara Brooks, MJTC’s producing artistic director.
Meet the Artists | Sunday, May 7 (after the performance)
Join us for a talkback with the actors and director.