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Holy Blossom Temple Stagecraft Company was founded in 1994 by several Temple members. Our mandate is simple: to produce plays with Jewish themes and content, and to have fun while doing them. It’s a challenge to produce high-quality theatre, given the demands of time, pressures of family and a scarcity of funding.

Nevertheless, we draw upon the resources at Holy Blossom — thanks to a corps of actors, directors, lighting and sound technicians, and carpenters — to deliver entertaining, yet thoughtful productions. The fact we have a faithful audience, that often numbers several hundred, attests to our success.

I’m Not Rappaport, The Last Night of Ballyhoo, The Sisters Rosenzweig, The Price, Yentl, Crossing Delancey, Women’s Minyan, None Is Too Many, The Cemetery Club, A Shylock,The Action Against Sol Schumann, Einstein’s Gift, God of Vengeance, Brooklyn Boy, Gideon, The Last Days of Rachel Samuel, The Angel Capone, and Pillars of Salt.

Stagecraft Stories


November 3, 2015 - They Took Manhattan: Broadway’s Legendary Jewish Songwriters

Monday, November 23, 2015 8:00 p.m. Dear friends, I am proud to announce and promote this incredible production as the opening concert of our Musical Heritage Concert Series. I promise you that it is a unique undertaking of renowned journalist, Robert Cushman and the creative initiative of two theatre personalities, Alan Gordon and Eric Kirsh,... Read more »

May 26, 2015 - Stagecraft Presents: The Girl Rabbi of the Golden West

Passionate, articulate and witty, The Girl Rabbi of the Golden West, written by Jennifer Wise, speaks to the ongoing gender struggles in our public and private institutions, challenging the status quo and asking us to look closely at our own values and their expression in our family, social and work lives. A Costumed Staged Reading... Read more »

May 1, 2014 - Stagecraft presents its Spring Production - "Shiksas Sit Shiva"

Thursday, June 19 at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, June 21 at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, June 22 at 2:00 p.m. It happens. Sometimes Jewish men marry women who are not Jewish. And then they die. The men. Not that there is a connection. They don’t die BECAUSE they marry women who are not Jewish. But they do... Read more »