Neta is one of Toronto's sought-after independent theatre producers. They are most interested in producing new works and works in early development, being not the just the administrative and financial manager of the project, but a key collaborator. While working as a performer and in multiple disciplines, Neta is selective about their producing projects, often taking on just one project a year and giving it full focus. They have produced completely independent and grassroots productions such as Just, a deliciously incisive satire for young audiences by Ali Smith, which they mounted in a found venue in Ullapool, Scotland; as well as festival productions such as Ga Ting, which ran to sold-out houses and rave reviews during the 2019 Next Stage Theatre Festival; and touring projects such as the "Highway 11" segment of the national Tale of a Town project, by FIXT POINT Arts & Media.
Since 2018 Neta has proudly been the managing producer and creative collaborator on Henry G20, an ambitious and large-scale retelling of Henry V, set in Toronto during the G20 protests of 2010. Henry G20 is the brainchild of renowned director Christine Brubaker, who adapted Shakespeare's text alongside co-writer Constantine X. Anastasakis, and will direct the full production. Neta has produced a series of successful workshops and staged readings of the script, and in summer 2021 Henry G20 will have its world premiere outdoors in Toronto.