2014 Top 10
2014 Jewish Playwriting Contest Top 10!
by Renee Calarco (Washington, DC)
Roberta and Larry have just purchased a miraculous Holocaust Torah for their synagogue. So why does the shul in the next town have one, too?
by Cory Hinkle and Victoria Stewart, (Los Angeles, CA), co-created by Jeremy Wilhelm (Minneapolis, MN)
When the federal government shut down Agriprocessors in Postville, Iowa, they also exploded a fragile, multilingual, multiethnic community.
by Stan Kaplan (Ukiah, CA)
A downtown theater company struggles with the decision to stage a potentially controversial play about Israel/Palestine.
by MJ Kaufman (Philadelphia, PA)
An interracial jewish family goes to the Rhine River valley to find something lost, but meets a mysterious messenger instead.
by Stephanie Swirsky (New York, NY)
It’s tough to be 17. Or gay. Or a jew. Especially when you’re visiting concentration camps on the way to the promised land.