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Meet our team

The newly formed Jewish Women’s Theater of South Florida, a 501(c)(3) non profit theater company, was created to provide an opportunity for Jewish women to develop, express and showcase their talents for singing, dancing and acting in a professional venue with top quality dramatic and musical performances for an all female audience.

Please meet our 2019-2020 professional team.


Sara Gottlieb


Sara Gottlieb is the founder of Jewish Women's Theater of South Florida and is proud to be the producer of its 2020 production It Takes A Woman. Sara has performed in JCAT's Radium Girls and starred in AITG's production of It's Never Too Late.  A Cincinnati native, she was active in the local JCC theater group, Stagecrafters, where she performed in Crossing DelanceyDeathtrap, The World of Sholem Aleichem, Something Different, Auntie Mame, Shayna Maidel, Jimmy Shine, and Cemetery Club. She has also co-directed a number of school productions. Sara is on the board of Amit Women's Southeast region and volunteers with the Holocaust Documentation and Education Center. She is delighted that Orthodox Jewish women in South Florida, who otherwise would not have the opportunity to perform in musical theater, can now showcase their talents with an all-female cast, before an all-female audience. 


Chrissy Wright

Director & Choreographer

Chrissy Wright, AEA, MFA, is an Adjunct Professor of Acting at Broward College. Chrissy has been involved in theatre and dance her entire life, not only as a performer but also a Director/Choreographer. A few of her credits include the national tours of The Ziegfeld Follies and The Sound of Music. Regional theatre credits include: Kiss of the Spider Woman, Chicago, West Side Story, Fiddler on The Roof, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolored Dreamcoat,  Smokey Joe’s Cafe, and Once On This Island.  

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Tobi Ash 

Communications Director

Tobi Ash has written grants, the press release and marketing papers for Jewish Women’s Theater of South Florida. She is very involved with the Greater Miami Jewish community in a variety of roles including the founding of the Community Kosher Food Bank, chair of the Jewish Volunteer Center for the past 4 years and Chair of the Pinetree Park Community Garden.  Tobi believes in a strong Jewish community with robust social services and vibrant cultural experiences and does all she can to help!                                                             

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