OUR SCHEDULE

VIEW OUR COVID POLICY

Here Is What’s Coming Up

Season 15

Subscriptions

Subscribe / More Info

The 2023 season of salon theatre. 15 years powered by you.

2023 Subscriptions are now on sale!

Save $$ vs. buying three single tickets. Go behind-the-scenes and attend Live on Zoom Rehearsals. Special guest talks on Zoom only available to subscribers. Raffle just for subscribers: an Artist-Signed 8×10″ Print of one of this season’s artwork pieces will go to 3 lucky winners! All for just $125.

In-Person or Live on Zoom

Tues. 12/13

Performance

Register / More Info

Arise My Friend (Hanukkah Edition)

(Live on Zoom in New York, NY)

Poignant, funny, contemporary stories of empowerment and triumph. Celebrate the Festival of Lights with this classic Braid show!

Tues. 12/13
4:30 pm PT / 7:30 pm ET
Live on Zoom with the Museum of Jewish Heritage NYC

Sun. 1/22

Performance

Subscribe Today!

Remembrance of Things Present

(In person in Torrance, CA)

The Holocaust didn’t end at liberation. The descendants of survivors finally tell their own stories, as the legacy of the past imprints pain, hope, and healing.

Sun. 1/22
7 pm PT
In person at a private art gallery in Torrance, CA

SALON THEATRE

Mon. 1/23

Performance

Registration / More Info

True Colors

(Live on Zoom in Pittsfield, MA)

Humorous, revealing and inspiring stories from Jews of Color exploring identity, community and being a Jew in modern times. Performance followed by a moderated Q&A by DEI Consultant and Actor/Writer, Joshua Silverstein.

Mon. 1/23
3:45 pm PT / 6:45 pm ET
Live on Zoom with Jewish Federation of the Berkshires in Pittsfield, MA

Tues. 1/24

Performance

Subscribe Today!

Remembrance of Things Present

(In person in West Los Angeles, CA)

The Holocaust didn’t end at liberation. The descendants of survivors finally tell their own stories, as the legacy of the past imprints pain, hope, and healing.

Tues. 1/24
7:30 pm PT
In person in West Los Angeles, CA (exact location TBA)

SALON THEATRE

Wed. 1/25

Performance

Subscribe Today!

Remembrance of Things Present

(In person near Beverly Hills, CA)

The Holocaust didn’t end at liberation. The descendants of survivors finally tell their own stories, as the legacy of the past imprints pain, hope, and healing.

Wed. 1/25
7:30 pm PT
In person at Temple Isaiah near Beverly Hills, CA

SALON THEATRE