LOS ANGELES THEATRE
ACADEMY


"LATA ART-ANGELS"
Patricia Alarcon, Carlos Brown, Elizabeth Gasca, Douglas Glenn Clark, Isa-Kae Meksi, Lydia Moreno, James Osburn, Ted
Owens, Estela Scarlata, Bob Williams, Wendell Llopis, Marisol Salguero, Mari Sandoval, Henry  Madrid, Sadie Barragán,
Craig Havens, Sergio & Myrian Gálvez, Yvette Grageda, Dr. Ralphael Mattei, Marylou Mejia, Abi Ingleton, Patricia
Amirouche, Ed Pablos (US Bankruptcy Court), Paul Getty Museum, Rosa M. Figueroa Versage, Oscar & Kerry Franco,
Davina Chen, Ernesto Martinez, Salvador y Sanchez & Family, William D Barragan, Stephanie Zill, Jacqueline Jones,  Joe
& Denise Traboulsi, Edmund & Jeanne Buckley, Chris Howard
,
Gabriela Teissier, Everette Hernandez, Adolfo Sanchez, Cipriano Padilla
Shannon Garrison, Linda Fisher, Dr. Alfredo O. Morales, Susana Benavidez, Jerome Lucido,
Leticia and Paul Buckley, Laura Rhi and Joseph Cultice. Sergio Galvez.





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HCNC
Historic Cultural
Neighborhood Couuncil
STUDENTS

Our students will tell you that performing a stage play
can change their lives.  We have seen how the ability to
perform on stage improves social skills, the ability to
communicate, and the self-esteem of kids and adults as
well. Actors learn about team work as well self-reliance.  
Kids involved in artistic activities also do better in school.
 And, of course, it's really fun. Our typical class consists
of a group of about 10 students who attend class on a
regular basis.  Some students continue for years.  The
adults in my class will attest not only to the
entertainment aspect of it, but the spiritual enhancement
as well.  We are confident that  the opportunity of doing
theatre  will bring much joy to new participants as well
as those who continue. Some students will  continue
doing theatre and become successful,  professional
actors, as many of our students have done.

En  LATA
Se imparten todas las disciplinas
necesarias para la formación de actores
que van a competir en el mundo del
entretenimiento. Las clases se imparten por
igual a niños y adultos en grupos separados
y se realizan talleres de creación colectiva
donde jóvenes y adultos tienen la
posibilidad de expresar su talento e ideas
en un ambiente creativo y artístico.

MISSION:

The Los Angeles Theatre Academy is
the first and only multilingual theatre
academy to offer educational services to
children and adults of all economic and
ethnic backgrounds in the fascinating
and captivating world of theatre. Our
programs are proven to give students
the best education in acting, directing,
design, production, writing, and more.
We are committed to ongoing
professional and semi-professional
theatrical productions, performing on
stages throughout the Los Angeles
area, including our unique summer
festival, thus giving each student ample
stage time. Children involved in the
arts learn to express themselves, to act
and imagine, to speak in front of
appreciative audiences, hence are
happier, healthier, and smarter
children. We are planting seeds for the
future. The LOS ANGELES THEATRE
ACADEMY is a non-profit organization
with one mission, and that is theatre.
That is our passion. We are family
oriented, devoted to performing arts
and self-realization, and ready to give
each student the tools he or she needs
to succeed in this exciting art form.
After School Registration Form

After school 2014
We can pick up your
child from school
Accepting new applications for waiting list only.
Elysian Recreation Center
monthly payment
We are very proud to announce the support of The
Department of Cultural Affairs.

Thank you!!!

"This organization is supported, in part, by the Los
Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los
Angeles County Arts Commission."
Photo by: Joseph Cultice