"A Conversation
Anne Frank"
A Virtual, Educational Experience

Please enjoy a few moments of a recent school production of  

A Conversation with Anne Frank

Take your students back in time...


In collaboration with educators, technicians, performers, and an award-winning playwright, JET is able to bring Anne Frank herself into the lives of students in their own homes or classrooms. This interactive experience is designed to not only educate, but to allow the students to share their own experiences of isolation, discrimination, and growing up in a challenging world.


For more information, call 248-788-2900 or email administration@jettheatre.org

This project is partially underwritten by:

The Stephen and Nancy Grand Foundation


Remembering Dorothy Gerson
The Jewish Ensemble Theatre mourns the passing and celebrates the life of Dorothy Gerson. Dorothy was one of the founding members of JET, and she helped ensure that JET is the longest continuously operating professional Jewish theatre in North America. We send our deepest sympathy to Dorothy's family and friends.


JET will resume production inside its Walled Lake Theatre when we are able to ensure the safety and comfort of our patrons, production casts and crews, and our staff.

However,  we will be announcing additional programming and exciting developments soon. Make sure you are on our mailing list to keep up to date as we continue to find innovative ways to provide the very best  experience in intimate, professional live theatre!



The Henry S. and Mala Dorfman Family Foundation

Phillip and

Elizabeth Filmer


Charitable Trust

1124 East West Maple

Walled Lake, MI  48390


Box office hours:

M-F 10 am - 3 pm

One hour before curtain on show days.

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Since its inception, The Jewish Ensemble Theatre has used its stage to explore and confront issues of humanity. As a theatre of social conscience, we have stood--and will always stand--for inclusion, fairness, justice, and most importantly, equality.


Bigotry, racism, intolerance, discrimination and prejudice in society is intolerable, which is why JET has worked for 31 years to educate our youth and engage our audiences in these vital issues. JET will continue to honor its guiding principles in this regard.