For the USC and Exposition Park neighborhoods in Los Angeles
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The play's the thing!
Don't miss the opportunity to experience the best of Hamlet as it was meant to be experienced--on the stage!
Soliloquys, Scenes, Spookiness and Shakespeare. Come enjoy the antic dispositions!
NOVEMBER 1st Friday USC Taper Hall 101 5-7
RSVP right away with your name and the name of your guests!…
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Have you ever wanted to take acting classes, but feel more comfortable speaking in Spanish? The Frida Kahlo Theatre in Downtown Los Angeles is currently offering acting classes in Spanish for children AND adults every Tuesday at 7 PM with instructor Ruben Amavizca-Murua of Mexicali, Mexico. The classes are $100 for 3 months.
Alguna vez has querido tomar clases de actuación, pero se siente mas cómodo hablando en español? El Teatro Frida Kahlo en céntrico Los Angeles ofrece…Continue
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Come see neighborhood teens light up Shakespeare in the heart of Los Angeles-
William Shakespeare's Tragedy of Romeo + Juliet, a play in NOIR
Directed by Paul David Story
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YOU ARE INVITED!
The high school students of the USC Neighborhood Academic Initiative are producing Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice" on the stage.
About 50 students from Manual Arts High School and Foshay Learning Center worked on the project - not for a grade but for the love of theater and literature.
They brought novel to life with a script of over 70 pages. Together they created the scenery for one of the most beloved novels of all…Continue
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"YOU'RE A GOOD MAN CHARLIE BROWN" will be performed in our school Cafetorium TONIGHT 4/28/11, Tomorrow 4/29 at 7 p.m. and Saturday for a matinee performance at 3 p.m.
Tickets on a limited seating basis may be purchased at the door for $10 ADULTS and $5 for children.
This is a performance that is sure to delight the entire family. Performed by the talented Play Production students of 32nd Street School and directed by Ms. Lee Isenberg.
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