In May, in conjunction with our performance of Walking The Tightrope at The Kirk Douglas Theatre we organized a Theatre for Young Audiences Roundtable consisting of artists, educators and professionals in the field. In addition […]
Support 24th ST by getting yourself a Jack Black t-shirt from a very limited run!
100% of proceeds go to Jack’s favorite charity (us!) whose mission is to bring quality Arts Education, Community Outreach and Professional Theatre […]
Farmers Insurance Celebrates A “World Of Possibility” With Actor Jack Black And His Teacher Debbie Devine Atop The Insurer’s 2015 Rose Parade® Float
You may remember last year when we launch “Thank a Million Teachers” campaign, and friend Jack Black thanked Debbie for showing him an artistic way of life:
This year, not only will Farmer’s Insurance have a […]
The National Guild for Community Arts Education is in the midst of their annual conference in Los Angeles. We’re honored to be chosen as a Site Visit. See below from their website to learn why, […]
We are thrilled to make this announcement today!
24th STreet Theatre’s
“Enter Stage Right”
expands to 90 schools with
support from Rosenthal Family Foundation
LOS ANGELES (Oct. 13, 2014) – 24th STreet Theatre has received a $300,000 grant over three […]
Community Engager Allegra Padilla signed us up to collaborate with The Big Draw LA for our free Community Arts Workshops this month! As part of our celebration leading up to the annual Dia de los […]
SAVE THE DATES!
Community Arts Workshops for
9th Annual Día de los Muertos
Saturday October 18th & 25th
Come make paper flowers, luminarias, and other traditional arts and crafts to prepare for Día de los Muertos!
No experience necessary, all […]