TEATRON 2021 Festival of Jewish Theater
The TEATRON 2021 Virtual Festival will take place from Thursday, May 20th through Sunday, May 23rd, 2021, and Thursday May 27th through Sunday, May 30th, 2021.

Deadline and Submission Details: Rolling Submission Process
Projects can be submitted starting February 15, 2021. The deadline for submissions is March 26, 2021, at 11:59pm Pacific Daylight Time. There is no fee for submission or participation.


TEATRON embodies the Jewish commitment to freedom through the visceral and imaginative act of theatre. Towards justice, memory, identity and transformation, TEATRON produces works that spotlight the struggles and challenges of society, elevating an array of voices, including historically disenfranchised and disempowered communities.

TEATRON values an intersection of spiritual communion and emotional connection for a diverse audience; knowing that sitting beside strangers and neighbors, sharing in an experience of compassion, and joining in moments of jubilation leads to more knowledge and empathy.

TEATRON 2021: A Festival of Jewish Theatre

TEATRON will continue after the 2021 Festival to be a source for thought-provoking, transformative theatre, developing and showcasing new works of social justice that originate from an essential sourcing of Jewish heritage, culture, history. Through think tanks, workshops, and labs in partnership with civil rights organizations we will seek to advance a new theatre of intersection, ultimately showcasing our collaborative efforts through the annual TEATRON - FESTIVAL OF JEWISH THEATRE.

TEATRON 2021: A Festival of Jewish Theatre
by ShPIeL Performing Identity and Bunbury Theatre with representation in Louisville, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York

Performance Proposal Criteria

Performers, companies, collectives, and theatre artists are invited to apply.

TEATRON is seeking Performance Proposals for the 2021 Virtual Festival. Accepted submissions will be paid a stipend and artists will have the opportunity to present their work to an engaged audience of theatre makers creating Jewish work around the world. In addition, the lead/submitting artist of accepted projects will receive a free “all-access pass” to the festival.

Please submit to one of the following categories (excluding the opening night) with further guidelines below. Acceptable forms include: plays, operettas, choreopoems, stand-up comedy, solo performers, and musicals.

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