Cinema J: A Starry Sky Over the Roman Ghetto

Cinema J: A Starry Sky Over the Roman Ghetto

The discovery of an old, mysterious photograph sparks a student to probe the history of Rome’s Jewish ghetto and the fate of a little girl in this Italian drama, which interlaces the past and present.

Theatre Excursion-Arena Stage: Catch Me If You Can

SOLD OUT – Humor, music, and dance drive this rousing musical based on true events and a critically acclaimed film. See how a charming, young con man poses as an airline pilot, a lawyer, and then escapes police custody all before he turns 22. The Tony-nominated musical comedy is jam-packed with dynamic numbers, starring Helen Hayes Award-winning actor Corbin Bleu.

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience

SOLD OUT – Step inside the world and mind of one of the greatest Post-Impressionist artists, Vincent Van Gogh. Imagine being able to walk ‘inside’ one of his paintings.

COA Special Event @ The J: The Best of Broadway

Theatre journalist Eddie Shapiro shares fascinating, funny, intimate, and in-depth stories about some of Broadway’s leading men and women.

Virtual J Talks: Laugh Lines – My Life Helping Funny People Be Funnier

We are thrilled to welcome Saturday Night Live writer, Alan Zweibel! He is an American television writer, author, playwright, and screenwriter whom The New York Times says has “earned a place in the pantheon of American pop culture.”

Virtual J TALKS: Cool Runnings – The Story of the Israeli Bobsled and Skeleton Federation

Virtual J TALKS: Cool Runnings – The Story of the Israeli Bobsled and Skeleton FederationWednesday, March 2 I 7:00 PM I $10Did you know that Israel has a bobsled team? In fact, Israel has two bobsled teams and three skeleton athletes, all training and competing to qualify to represent Israel in the 2022 Beijing Winter […]

JTalks: Chocolate & Jews

During the Renaissance, Jews played a little-known but crucial role in helping to popularize the sweet stuff, and ever since then, Jews have been part of the story of chocolate.

JTalks on Zoom: The Supreme Court Takes Center Stage

Guest speaker, Stephen Wermiel is a professor of practice at American University Washington College of Law where he has taught about the Constitution and the Supreme Court for 23 years.

JTalks on Zoom: The Bronx

Back by popular demand, arts journalist Richard Selden now captures the heart and soul of the northernmost New York borough, The Bronx.

J Talks – Live on Zoom: The Woman in Gold

We are honored to welcome E. Randol Schoenberg, a Los Angeles based lawyer and genealogist, specializing in legal cases related to the recovery of looted or stolen artworks, particularly those by the Nazi regime during the Holocaust.