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  • Serve the Latino community with professional bilingual plays (English/Spanish), focusing on the problems and social issues confronting our community; offer workshops for at risk youth, and adults; offer new artists an opportunity to present their work to the public. Grupo de Teatro SINERGIA (Synergy Theater Group) is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit arts organization operating out of the William Reagh Los Angeles Photography Center, located at 2332 West 4th Street in the heart of the Rampart District, one of the most densely populated and economically depressed areas of Los Angeles on the outskirts...
  • Raised in a basement, fed on radioactive trash, Brooklyn based Rat Queen Theatre Company creates devised musicals that reimagine American history. We find that a lot of historical writing is neglectful of the truth and, honestly -- boring. We use history to question everyone’s assumptions (including our own) about the origins of our society. We utilize the unabashedly loud, queer, and ostentatious to dive deeper into the narratives we think we know and uncover what may have been overlooked.
  • Our Mission To serve the public by producing world-class opera that preserves, promotes and advances the art form while embodying the diversity, pioneering spirit and artistic sensibility unique to Los Angeles.
  • Los Angeles, CA
    To serve the diverse audiences of Los Angeles by producing and presenting theatre of the highest caliber, by nurturing new artists, by attracting new audiences, and by developing youth outreach and arts education programs.
  • Los Angeles, CA
    Playwrights’ Arena, under the leadership of artistic director Jon Lawrence Rivera, is dedicated to discovering, nurturing and producing bold new works for the stage written exclusively by Los Angeles playwrights. Playwrights’ Arena develops new materials through several series of readings, workshops and round table discussions. Local playwrights are encouraged to create original, adventurous, daring materials with the intent of challenging the mind, touching the heart and provoking the spirit. Playwrights Arena was founded in 1992 by Jon Lawrence Rivera and Steve Tyler.
  • Los Angeles, CA
    Robey’s mission is to foster a community of artists whose purpose is to write, develop and produce plays about the global Black experience.
  • As the nation’s premier Asian American theatre organization, East West Players produces artistic works and educational programs that foster dialogue exploring Asian Pacific experiences.
  • Los Angeles, CA
    The Playwrights Union is a collective of dramatists who provide a community of professional and personal support for each other in Los Angeles. It was founded in 2009 by Jennifer Haley, a playwright who had been living in LA for two years and felt the need to connect with local writers. Early members of the group discovered they had commonality in that they considered themselves playwrights, but were living in LA because they either wrote for, or aspired to write for, television and film. “We identified ourselves as dramatic writers building our chops and contacts in all genres, determined...
  • Opera Kansas brings innovative, affordable and accessible opera to communities and schools throughout Kansas, while providing emerging musicians artistic opportunities in a respectful, professional environment. Opera Kansas introduces the art form of opera to thousands. In 2016, Opera Kansas, with the patronage of Dr. Lyle and Debi Zepick, created the Zepick Modern Opera Competition. This competition has yielded exciting new chamber operas in 2016 and 2018. Opera Kansas and the Zepicks believe that the next step for this program is to collaboratively create a work with a composer to be...
  • Los Angeles Performance Practice is a non-profit organization devoted to the production and presentation of contemporary performance by artists whose work advances and challenges multi-disciplinary artistic practices. Our mission is to support a unique and diverse constellation of artists and audiences through the active creation and presentation of groundbreaking experiences that use innovative approaches to collaboration, technology and social engagement. Anchored in Los Angeles, our artists and projects have national and global reach. Across a range of platforms and partnerships, we...
  • Los Angeles, CA
    We are Infinite Jest Theatre Company, Los Angeles' only all comedic theatre company. Producing since 2014, our members are all talented artists, primarily with theatre backgrounds, who have come together in the desire to create great art in a collaborative and supportive environment. We believe that theatre should be accessible to all and is an integral part of a well-rounded society and, whatsmore, we believe that making people laugh is good, noble work that will make the world a better place, so putting our skills to work cracking jokes, making faces, talking in funny voices, and...
  • Actors from coast to coast over the years have asked Ronnie Marmo to teach a weekly acting class. The unfortunate reply was always the same: “Because, I don’t stay in one city long enough.” Thanks to Zoom, Ronnie Marmo will now finally be able to teach a weekly acting workshop for you to join no matter where you are in the world! Many of you know that the theatre community is in serious trouble, and Ronnie’s theater company, Theatre 68, is nervous about simply making the rent. Ronnie has decided that he will teach this weekly workshop as a fundraiser for Theatre 68 during the COVID-19...