Center Theatre Group partners with local artists, organizations, schools, libraries, and other groups to enrich cultural conversations in L.A. neighborhoods and to encourage Angelenos to bring the art of theatre deeper into their lives, and to use it to share and explore their own stories.
Through free workshops, events, productions, discussions, and other activities that take place at traditional and nontraditional venues, we are working to connect with community members and artists throughout our city, and to join in and facilitate inclusive and thoughtful cultural conversations.
Visit our calendar for upcoming free community events and programs at venues around Los Angeles, including The Shop, our costume and prop shop and our hub for Boyle Heights programming.
At The Shop and The Music Center Annex in Downtown L.A., and hosted by community partners in different neighborhoods, we offer workshops on theatre techniques, from playwriting and acting to art and design. Taught by local artists and artisans, our workshops are designed for people of all ages, backgrounds, and levels of experience.
In partnership with local theatre companies and artists, we bring new and exciting works to locations around Los Angeles by co-presenting readings by professional actors in both English and Spanish.
Exhibits at partner organizations around Los Angeles, including branches of the Los Angeles Public Library, feature costumes from recent Center Theatre Group productions along with information on how they are designed and made, allowing a glimpse behind the curtain.
We partner with schools and educators from around the region on a number of initiatives and programs.
Boyle Heights Partners
Thanks to our current and past community partners in Boyle Heights:
- Malabar Library
- Benjamin Franklin Library
- Robert Louis Stevenson Library
- Estrada Courts Satellite Library
- Legacy LA
- White Memorial Medical Center
- Carmen Lomas Garza Primary Center
- Christopher Dena Elementary School
- Robert Louis Stevenson Middle School
- Roosevelt High School
- CASA 0101
- Self Help Graphics & Art
For more information, please email us or call 213.972.8028.
Para información en Español, llame a 213.972.8028.
We partner with schools around our region to bring theatre into the classroom in innovative ways, and to help students learn and grow as art...