The Latino Theater Company's Youth Summer Conservatory at the Los Angeles Theatre Center has been developed under the leadership of Artistic Director and UCLA professor, Jose Luis Valenzuela, to create an opportunity for high school students from under-served communities to experience and train in a conservatory setting. Now in its fifth year, this 5-week, intensive program integrates acting classes with rigorous physical training, voice and speech, movement, dance, writing, and improvisation. The Youth Summer Conservatory culminates in a final performance written and performed by Conservatory students on stage at The Los Angeles Theatre Center. The Youth Summer Conservatory is recommended for teens interested in pursuing a career in theater and performance. No prior arts experience is required and all students are encouraged to apply by the deadline date of May 15. Space is limited.
For High School Students in Grades 9 to 12
July 2, 2012 to August 4, 2012 at The Los Angeles Theater Center in Downtown L.A.
Acting |Movement | Voice/Speech | Playwriting | Dance | Theatre 101
- Pre- Conservatory Workshop | March 2012
- Pre- Conservatory Workshop | April 2012
- Pre- Conservatory Workshop | May 2012
- Application due | Tuesday, May 15, 2012
- Interviews | June
- Classes begin Monday, July 2
- Final performance | Saturday, August 4
Class Schedule | Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm
Students are required to submit a complete application, attend at least one Pre-Conservatory Workshop, Interview with a parent/guardian, and pay tuition or complete a scholarship application along with supporting financial documents.
Tuition $2,000 | Scholarships Available
For questions/more information contact: Maria Ramos, Education Programs Coordinator
email@example.com – (213) 489-0994 Ext. 110
514 S. Spring St. Los Angeles, Ca 90013
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