To engage, educate, and provoke our diverse community with excellent theatre and arts education.
24th Street Theatre envisions an inventive hybrid arts organization like no other! We envision both a first class Arts Organization and a Public Benefit service provider, which uses art as a tool with which to positively impact our world. We envision a new breed of Arts Organization in which the term MAIN STAGE does not exist… where all artistic programming is of equal value; our acclaimed season theatrical productions for adult audiences and family audiences, our FREE after school arts enrichment programs, our Teatro Nuevo Latino Initiative projects, our music series, our outreach programs for at-risk teens, our free community events, our teacher training programs, as well as our Gallery exhibits. 24th Street envisions building artistic bridges with theatres across the nation, and internationally. We envision using those relationships to bring acclaimed performances & workshops from around the world. We also envision taking our work to other parts of the globe. And as we grow, we shall continue to serve a variety of diverse audiences with our art in the forms of performance, outreach, and educational programming of the highest possible caliber!
5-Star Theatricals (formerly Cabrillo Music Theatre) is the Ovation Award-winning resident musical theatre production company of the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, and a nonprofit theatre organization.
For more than three decades, 5-Star Theatricals has been enriching the cultural life of Ventura and Los Angeles counties and the surrounding areas by providing an extraordinary performing arts experience through live, Broadway-quality productions of musical theatre.
It is 5-Star Theatricals’ mission to provide the highest-quality theatre experience, to foster educational opportunities, and to promote cultural and artistic enrichment to enhance the quality of life in Southern California. By creating opportunities for up-and-coming performers and artists, 5-Star Theatricals has launched hundreds to success in theatre, movies, television and music, including Adam Lambert, Katharine McPhee and Tony nominee Stephanie J. Block.
In addition, 5-Star Theatricals goes “Beyond the Footlights” with outreach programs to give back to the community and to provide enhanced theatre experiences for all audiences. Since the inception of “Beyond the Footlights,” more than 45,000 underserved children, in-need seniors and active military have enjoyed 5-Star Theatricals productions at no charge. In addition, 5-Star Theatricals provides ASL-signed performances of every production, talkbacks with the cast and staff, and beyond.
A Noise Within’s mission is to produce world-class performances of the great works of drama in rotating repertory with a resident company; to educate and inspire the public through programs that foster an understanding and appreciation of history’s great plays and playwrights; and to train the next generation of classical theatre artists.
A Noise Within performs and promotes classical theatre as an essential means for our community to confront the universal human experience, expand personal awareness and challenge individual perspectives.”
“Actors Co-op began in 1987 with a dozen actors. Currently, its membership exceeds 50 professionals. Called “a 99-seat miracle” by Daily Variety, Actors Co-op’s numerous awards for theatre excellence include the Los Angeles Drama Critics Polly Warfield Award for “Outstanding Season” (2013) in a small to mid-sized theatre, six Ovation Award nominations including “Best Season” (2013-2014), the Margaret Harford Award for “Sustained Achievement” in smaller theatre from the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle as well as the Charlie Award for “Excellence in the Arts” by the Hollywood Arts Council.
Actors Co-op is a company of Christian actors driven by passion for the Lord Jesus Christ. We are dedicated to pursuing the highest standards of theatrical excellence and to building up our members spiritually, personally and professionally in order to be an outreach of Christ’s hope.
Actors Co-op is located under the famed Hollywood sign at the Gower Exit of the 101 Hollywood Freeway just one block north of legendary Hollywood Boulevard. On the beautifully landscaped grounds of the First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood, the theatres are newly renovated, air-conditioned and 99-seat Equity-approved. The campus has guarded security, well-lit parking and a spaciousness rarely associated with Los Angeles theatres.”
“Operating out of the same space for 30 years, The Actors Workout Studio offers a safe and challenging work environment for the beginning or professional actor. The Studio is dedicated to training and preparing actors for professional work in the film and television industry. Classes are small and individualized. Everyone works—every class.
Owner and Artistic Director of the Actors Workout Studio, Fran Montano runs one of the longest running small theaters and acting schools in Los Angeles, which has received more than 20 production and theater awards. He founded the Actors Workout Studio to be an intimate and inspirational creative community, where both aspiring and working actors can explore and discover new tools and resources to expand and accelerate their artistic journeys. Fran’s students range from brand new beginning actors, to accomplished working actors of all ages in film, television, theater and new media. He coaches not only actors, but also writers, directors, and other creative professionals who want to learn acting techniques that will improve and advance their own craft.
Classes at the Studio include Scene Study, Cold Reading, Improvisation, On-Camera Scene Study, Meisner Technique, and many other techniques designed to address the specific needs of the individual actor. Class members are also able to audition for parts in award-winning theatrical productions that are regularly staged in the Studio’s two theater spaces.”
On October 20, 1959 the Department of Parks and Recreation purchased 15.52 acres of land for the purpose of building a recreational facility in the Southeast Whittier area. Adventure Park, formerly Gunn Avenue Park, was dedicated on May 31, 1962. The Department, as well as the Board of Supervisors, decided to rename this facility Adventure Park for its positive and inspiring influence on the surrounding community. Adding to what is considered one of the Department’s strongest programming and volunteer- based facilities is the construction of a new gymnasium which opened in July 2004.
We believe aerial arts & circus is for everyone – it’s about community – it’s about family.
Aeriform Arts is our family, a safe and welcoming space where you are free to explore your creativity and free to express yourself.
Whether you’re looking for something completely new, a strong workout, deep practice, sensual connection, development of your performance skills OR just want to let go and fly for a bit – our boutique studio takes pride in having a fun and friendly, yet knowledgeable staff that works hard towards helping all of our clients explore and achieve their maximum potential and goals!
Located in the filmmaking capital of the world, our purpose is to provide Southern California audiences with the broadest possible film-going opportunities. Our year – round screenings at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood and the Aero Theatre in Santa Monica offer both the public and filmmakers a permanent venue to enjoy and study film on the big screen.
At Center Theatre Group and under the leadership of Artistic Director Michael Ritchie, we believe theatre creates an extraordinary connection between artists and audiences that only starts on the stage. Theatre creates the energy that feeds a city, a culture, and a society. Theatre reflects the community it serves. As one of the nation’s most influential nonprofit theatre companies, we proudly continue our 50-year tradition of using the art of theatre to broaden horizons and illuminate new perspectives.
The Alex Theatre has been a Glendale landmark since 1925. Originally a neighborhood Vaudeville house and movie palace, today the venue serves as a world class performing arts and entertainment center.
Located in the heart of the City’s business and entertainment district, the 1,413-seat Theatre is owned by the City of Glendale and operated by the non-profit Glendale Arts. The registered historic landmark draws thousands of theatregoers each month and serves a 25-mile area with a population of over 500,000.