Morris Cafritz Center for the Arts

The Morris Cafritz Center for the Arts presents to the entire community fresh, pertinent and provocative urban Jewish voices that address contemporary but universal dilemmas.  Performing in the J's state of the art Aaron & Cecile Goldman Theater and partner venues throughout the Greater Washington area.

The Morris Cafritz Center for the Arts is supported by a grant from
the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities, an agency supported in part by the
National Endowment for the Arts.



The Washington DCJCC does not support or oppose candidates for elected public office. Opinions expressed at all programs of the Washington DCJCC belong solely to those expressing them. The Washington DCJCC partners with many organizations and groups to present programs, but does not endorse the political views or policy positions of any program partner. 

The Washington DCJCC is committed to presenting a wide selection of programs that present multiple viewpoints and we encourage you to visit our calendar for information on dialogues and public affairs programming.