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JWRC Mission

The Jewish Women's Repertory Company was founded in February 2005 by Margy Horowitz and Linda Freedman to offer Jewish women an opportunity to sing, dance, and act for all-female audiences. Our goal is to have fun performing while raising money for worthwhile charities.
The JWRC is an official 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

DID YOU KNOW? The Jewish Women's Repertory Company donates a portion of the proceeds from its shows to the JFS Hope, a program of Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles


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Past Productions

What has JWRC been up to for over a decade? 

2005 - The Mikado  

2006 - Once Upon a Mattress

2007 - Guys & Dolls  

2008 - The Pirates of Penzance

2009 - Annie Get Your Gun

2010 - Joseph &  the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

2011 - Me & My Girl

2012 - Les Miserables

2013 - The Drowsy Chaperone

2014 - Into the Woods  

2015 - Fiddler on the Roof 
2016 - The Secret Garden

2017 - The Music Man

2018 - Thoroughly Modern Millie

2019 - Beauty & the Beast

2022 - Something Rotten!

2023 - The Sound of Music



Margy Horowitz, President/Founder

Margy Horowitz began her musical career at the age of 5 in Chicago, taking both piano and solfege lessons from Livia Ayal, a student of Zoltán Kodály and Béla Bartók. In just a few years she was accompanying her friends in school plays and choirs. She began teaching piano at the age of 12 and continued throughout high school and college, where she majored in music. She also performed in her college’s theater department in several dramatic plays and musicals.

Margy earned a Master’s Degree in Piano Pedagogy from Northeastern Illinois University and followed that by working as an editor for Clavier Magazine (a publication for piano teachers). After relocating to Los Angeles in 1998, she worked as an editor of sheet music for Alfred Publishing and took on a few piano students as well. In just a year, she was instructing over 50 students a week. 

In 2005, feeling the urge to perform again, Margy founded the Jewish Women’s Repertory Company and has produced, directed, and accompanied a full-length musical each winter since then.

Margy currently is the Performing Arts Director at YULA High School Girls Division.
She lives in Beverly Hills with her husband, Jeremy, and her two children, Rowan and Nathan.


Cantor Michelle Bider Stone, Vice President

Cantor Michelle Stone has her Bachelors in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies from Brandeis University and her MBA from UCLA Anderson School of Management. She has her Masters in Sacred Music from the Academy for Jewish Religion, CA.

Michelle has performed in eight JWRC productions, including playing Annie in Annie Get Your Gun, Fantine in Les Miserables, Martha in The Secret Garden, Baker's Wife in Into the Woods, and Bea Bottom in Something Rotten. Michelle has had the pleasure of working as a cantor in communities throughout Los Angeles and Orange County.


Reyna Zack, Vice President of Communications

Reyna Zack holds a Bachelor of Music from Temple U. and a MFA from CalArts, both in voice performance. She was a soprano in the New York Choral Society and was honored to perform at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center. She continues to perform opera and musical theater around Los Angeles.

You may have seen Reyna as Millie in Thoroughly Modern Millie; Lily in The Secret Garden; Cinderella in Into the Woods and Ensemble in Something Rotten with JWRC. She has been the music director for JWRC productions since 2015.
Raised on classical, jazz music, and the American musical, Reyna currently teaches private voice lessons, is a family photographer, and is the Director of Communications at Temple Beth Am. She created this website you are looking at.


Dahlia Carr, Treasurer

Dahlia Carr, a native of Los Angeles, received her Bachelor’s Degree in Molecular & Cell Biology and Psychology from the University of California, Berkeley, and her Medical Degree from New York Medical College.  She is a great fan of a cappella music, having performed in and directed groups at Cal and NYMC.  She has also been involved in productions with the Berkeley Contemporary Opera Company and was a principal member of Westwind International Folk Ensemble in San Francisco. 

She has performed in nine JWRC productions,  which included portraying Jean Valjean in Les Miserables, The Pirate King in Pirates of Penzance, Frank Butler in Annie Get Your Gun,  Archibald in The Secret Garden, Trevor Greydon in Thoroughly Modern Millie, Cinderella’s Prince in Into The Woods, and most recently, Nick Bottom in Something Rotten. 

She is a rheumatologist in a private practice in Beverly Hills and is on staff at Cedars Sinai Medical Center. Dahlia lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Elan, and her three children.

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Nili Isenberg, Secretary

Nili Isenberg’s love for music probably began at the Shabbat dinner table, singing z’mirot with her father.  She also grew up on a steady diet of musical theater, from her mother’s side, and began her life as a performer in Jewish community productions in Portland, Oregon. In college and beyond, Nili enjoyed participating in a variety of a cappella and choral singing groups.  

When she moved to Los Angeles (her husband Ethan's hometown) one of her first priorities was to seek out a creative outlet. She was delighted to discover the JWRC. Her first JWRC production was Annie Get Your Gun. Since that time she has also performed in Les Miserables, Into the Woods, Fiddler on the Roof , The Secret GardenBeauty and the Beast, and Something Rotten.  

She is excited to serve as Secretary for this wonderful company.  

In her professional life, Nili is on the Judaics faculty at Pressman Academy of Temple Beth Am, while at home she stays busy taking care of her own three children.

Jazmon DuBrow, Secretary Emeritus

Jazmon DuBrow has been a theater kid her whole life. She performed and worked tech in productions in school and with the JCC's J*Company in San Diego in Annie, Singin' In The Rain and Into The Woods, among others.  She was behind the scenes at the JWRC for six years and occasionally onstage for a moment or two as well. 

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