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“Enter Stage Right is a revelation! My wish is
that every Los Angeles child could participate in this program!”
~ Sandra Tsing Loh, National Public Radio commentator/Performance artist

LA’s BEST Theatre Arts Ed program!

24th STreet Theatre’s

ENTER STAGE RIGHT

ESR is world-class Arts Education!

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Enter Stage Right is wildly fun, sophisticated & action packed, and is designed to excite students and get them on the edge of their seats, all while teaching the California Visual and Performing Arts Standards. The program features movie star Jack Black in interactive video, and is cross-curricular using theatre to teach math & history & language arts.

ESR catapults students from the ancient history of the theatre to contemporary multimedia production, and brings the magic of theatre to life through improvisation techniques, incorporating production components of sets, sound, lights and live music. From the first moments of the show, when students are welcomed to 24th Street by the fabulous Jack Black in interactive video segments, to the final multi-layered scene developed by the students themselves, the program immerses students in the full theatre experience from buying a ticket at the box office to the power of the spoken and written word.

Kids love it! Teachers love it! Principals love it!

Just a quick note to tell you how fabulous the program was for our field trip. We were, once again, so impressed with how engaging and interactive the program was. You captured our attention from the get-go and moved us to tears…Thank you for an experience that will stay with the students and audience for a long, long time. Undoubtedly, you have had a tremendous impact on all who attended. ~ 2nd Grade Teacher, Burbank Unified School District

It’s Arts Education at its best! Email theatre#24thstreet.org or Call 213.745.6516 to book your field trip today. You can also complete this short interest form.

“You taught us imagination, voice, body and how faces look like when you act…
you were active, emotional, energetic, and supportive.” ~ Leslie, Enter Stage Right student