Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company


At the Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company we embrace and celebrate the Jewish story – stories about our history, stories about our beliefs, stories about our struggles and triumphs.

These stories have been 5,000 years in the making; they have universal application. These stories have to be told and need to be seen.

It is our responsibility and privilege to share them with the world.

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Last Chance

October 21, 2021

Read a play and then gain a deeper understanding of what it takes to construct a play through a live discussion with the playwright.


October 28, 2021

Professor Charles Richter will explore the golden age of the Yiddish stage – a fascinating history of a Jewish show business that kept our grandparents and great grandparents entertained and enlightened through a period of mass immigration and violent social upheaval.


September 30, 2021

We invite you to connect to another story of oppression, a time in our history that we as Canadians must also never forget.


August 25, 2021

In this rare opportunity, we invite you to join us for our theatrical take on a ‘book-club’. Here you will read a play and then gain a deeper understanding of what it takes to construct a play through a live discussion with the playwright.


July 15, 2021

-July 22, 2021

Join Jewish cultural expert, Professor Charles Richter, in discussing the work of Gertrude Berg, the sitcom pioneer who attempted to change the image of the Jew in American society.


July 20, 2021

-August 24, 2021

Through this 6-week course, you will learn the history and develop the ability to interpret and perform some of the best songs from Broadway.


May 2, 2021

Join Avery and David for three fun-filled hours of fabulous entertainment, cast reunions, and great giveaways. Featuring performances from over 20 stars from Canada and Broadway.


April 11, 2021

-April 13, 2021

Join us as we celebrate and discover the best of Israeli theatre, dance and music over a three-day period.


May 19, 2021

Canadian individuals between the ages of 15 – 30 will be asked to answer the question: “What is my Jewish Identity?”


April 4, 2021

Faced with anti-Semitism in classical music, young artists turn to forgotten compositions of the Holocaust to re-embrace the canon on their own terms. The Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company will present five installments of rarely performed music by Jewish artists composed during the Holocaust.


March 1, 2021

-June 30, 2021

These productions – from classic tales to contemporary stories, moving dramas to amusing comedies – represent some of the breadth and diversity in both content and aesthetics of contemporary Israeli theater.


February 25, 2021

Canada’s top Jewish comedians go head-to-head at Temple Sinai!


February 13, 2021

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with the wonderful songs of Gershwin, Sondheim, Kern, Motown and many more.


January 31, 2021

A play about the transformative power of forgiveness and how it impacts our ability to move beyond the trauma of the past.


January 24, 2021

-February 28, 2021

In this gentle, playful writing workshop, we explore how to awaken and support your unique creative voice.


December 6, 2020

-December 18, 2020

Celebrate Hanukkah from the comfort of your own home with performances from Jewish Theatres from around the world.


November 22, 2020

Award-winning Canadian singer/songwriter Amy Sky creates a memorable evening of song for HGJTC.


November 8, 2020

A charming, sly, and heartfelt story exploring the bonds of family and tradition; the culture clash of old East Side and new West Side; and the romantic benefits of a new hat.


October 25, 2020

An evening of stories and songs, performed live and directly in your living room!


October 22, 2020

-November 5, 2020

Join Avery, Theresa and David as they read three short stories by the most popular and iconic writer of his generation.


October 19, 2020

-November 30, 2020

Avery and David talk with the wonderful performers and directors who have graced the Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company’s stage.


August 17, 2020

As Toronto begins to re-open, leaders from performing arts organizations will discuss how they adapted their programming for the pandemic, and what they see as the future of the performing arts as we move forward into the “new normal.”


January 24, 2021

An inside look at the life and career of some of Canada’s best theatre artists.

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