A special Chanukah update from WJT!

Dear WJT Community,

You haven't heard from us in a while, but we have been busy planning and pivoting, and then re-planning and pivoting again as the pandemic continues to alter our lives. We miss seeing you at the theatre, but we have kept you at the forefront of our minds. The arts are needed now more than ever to provide catharsis and entertainment in our lives. With that in mind, I am excited to finally share how WJT will be moving forward with programming in 2021!

We will be coming into your homes through several online initiatives, and we remain optimistic that we will be able to see you in person, at a distance, as well.

Your safety is of utmost importance to us, and your support during these turbulent times has meant a great deal. Stay happy, stay healthy and we look forward to connecting with you through theatre and the Jewish experience in 2021.

Warmest regards,

Ari Weinberg

Artistic & Managing Director

WJT NEWS: 2021 Programming

As the world continues to change, our plans might too.
Exact dates will be announced throughout the year.


So, Nu? A Digital Festival of New Canadian Jewish Plays
Excerpts from several new works WJT has been developing throughout the fall.

Stone Soup
An online program to introduce youth to Jewish culture through storytelling. Part of the Jewish Foundation of Manitoba's Irma Penn Jewish Education Pilot Project.


Becoming Dr. Ruth by Mark St. Germain
A filmed version of WJT's hit production featuring Mariam Bernstein in her Evie award-winning performance.


True Colors
A collection of humorous, revealing, and inspiring stories by Jewish people of Colour exploring identity and community. Available for free online as part of Safe at Home Manitoba's Stay Home initiative.


Stay tuned!
A live, outdoor, socially distanced production to be announced soon.

Happy Last Day of Chanukah!