Jersey City Theater Center’s mission is to inspire conversations about the issues of our time through the arts.
Co-founded by Executive Producer Olga Levina, an immigrant from Belarus, Jersey City Theater Center (JCTC) produces and presents universal yet locally relevant works, emphasizing social justice and human rights.
Since 2006, JCTC has provided a platform for all artistic voices to be heard. When we share stories through the arts, we spark meaningful dialogue that leads to greater understanding and respect. And, as a result, we build better communities together.
Our core programs include Voices International Theatre Festival, Stories of Greenville, as well as original works. JCTC also provides youth arts education, artist support, and community outreach. In 2021, over 9,100 engaged with JCTC programs and we worked with over 400 artists.
Jersey City Theater Center is a non-profit organization exempt from federal tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code (EIN# 20-5151520).