Ann and Stephen Kaufman
Jewish Book & Arts Festival
November 6-16, 2021
49 Years of Authors, Music, Theatre & Films
We are celebrating our 49-year tradition of connecting community through authors, music, theatre and film! Enjoy exciting content from our star-studded line-up, featuring celebrity memoirs, international authors, debut novelists, children and parenting experts. While we look forward to seeing everyone for a ‘return to an in-person’ Festival, there will be several different options for you to experience our events. Support the J by purchasing your books online through our online store or during the Festival at the Jack Lapin Bookstore.
Our Authors in Conversation @ Home series brings literary events to you all year long.
Health & Safety
We are working closely with our Medical Advisory Committee to develop our health and safety guidelines for Book Festival. Masks will be required at each event. Theatre capacities will be at 50% with seats spread out throughout the theatre. Social distancing will also be practiced in the lobby and in book-signing lines. Click here to view FAQs about our Health & Safety Guidelines for in-person events.
Purchase Tickets & Subscriptions
ONLINE | BY PHONE: 713.729.3200
IN-PERSON: Visit the Information Desk or Box Office 30 minutes prior to the start of a program
Advance ticket purchase recommended.
All events in the Kaplan Theatre will be reserved seating. Reserve or purchase your tickets early to ensure a seat.
Purchase a Book Festival Subscription
Full Festival Subscriptions give access to all programs.
$88 Member | $130 Public
Pick 3 Subscription for access to three programs.
$26 Member | $39 Public
Ticket reservations required for each event. Access subject to availability for in-person programs.
Purchase a Premium Ticket
Includes a book that can be picked up at the bookstore anytime during the Festival. Premium tickets are found within the tickets for each author. For events in the Kaplan Theatre, after you select your seat, you will see an option to change the price level in red. Select that to change the ticket type to a Premium Ticket.
Underwritten by the Eleanor and Frank Freed Foundation
Supported by the Evelyn Rubenstein JCC Patron of the Arts, a grant from the City of Houston through the Houston Arts Alliance, and The Maurice Amado Foundation
Hebrew Speakers Organization (HSPO)
Jewish Feminist Reading Group
Jewish War Veterans – Post 574
West Houston Lodge of B'nai B'rith
For more information, please contact Amy Rahmani at firstname.lastname@example.org or 713.595.8197.