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Free Acting And Shakespeare Camp at Club Fais Do Do – 4 Spaces Left!

RSVP ASAP – ONLY 4 spaces left for the JULY 8-12 ACTING CAMP SPONSORED BY LOS ANGELES DRAMA CLUB.

The LA Drama Club has raised some funds that will allow them to hold a free two week-long summer “camps” from 9-3pm – July 8-12 and August 5-9.

These “Shakespeare Intensives” would keep students brains and bodies going through the summer, plus they can get into more in depth acting work without the pressure of a giant show.

They will be at Club Fais Do Do, a giant and welcoming space which allows room for a lot of movement. Their recital will either be there or at their other theatre The LOST, on July 12.

UPCOMING JUNE 8TH PERFORMANCE AT JEFFERSON LIBRARY – JUNE 8 1-2PM –
Professional Actors read Award Winning Essays from Black History Month. Shakespeare in the City kids will perform Shakespeare and also recite Martin Luther King’s Nobel Peace Price Speech.

“PARENTS ONLY” CHEESE AND WINE GATHERING, 4-6pm ON JUNE 9.
Parents will soon be receiving an invitation to attend a wine and cheese “Happy Hour” event Sunday, June 9 from 4-6 at a parent’s home in Brookside (Longwood between Wilshire and Olympic). Please WRITE HERE if you are interested!! This is for all LA Drama Club parents to meet each other – plus they will be presenting the future of Los Angeles Drama Club and forming a team of interested parents who want to work on our Gala Benefit and Charity Auction.

Remember RSVP if you want your child in Shakespeare Camp, and/or wish to attend the Parent Event and be more involved with their growing movement.

Los Angeles Drama Club
speak
www.losangelesdramaclub.com

323.319.3597

Shakespeare in the City Launches!

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ABOUT LADC
ANNOUNCING SHAKESPEARE IN THE CITY
ABOUT LADC
The Country’s Youngest Shakespeare Troupe, our programs include Shakespeare Youth Festival LA (three plays performed in rep), The Asylum (a “space” for our Players to develop new artistic tools & take creative risks), The Willful Minors (our traveling ensemble) and Shakespeare in the City (bringing LADC to under-served communities/families in LA, in the form of free classes and workshops.)

 

Please visit our website to learn more.

 

We are a 501c3 non-profit organization, and your donation is tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. Please visit our website for Volunteer & Service Opportunities, and to make a donation.
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Announcing Shakespeare in the City
Dear Mid-City/West Adams area Educators, Community Leaders and City Council members:

 The Children and Youth of this City are our absolute priority.

 To that end, we are launching Shakespeare in the City at the William Grant Still Arts Center(Adams and S. WestView St). Please click the link below to download a flyer which we would like you to share with your fellow educators, friends and your community.

 

 

For 6 years now, the Los Angeles Drama Club, known as “The Country’s Youngest Shakespeare Troupe,”  has been successful at igniting a passion for Shakespeare while putting on full productions with children ages 6 – 14.  The effects of this work on their lives has been enormous.  

 

Our mission is to spread the success for LA Drama Club to other areas of the city by creating an ongoing Shakespeare Youth Troupe in the Mid City/West Adams area.

 

We are thrilled to announce our first step toward this goal – a 6 week workshop beginning Saturday October 15, 1:30 – 3:30pm. Complete details are in the attached flyer. 

 

The workshop will culminate in a November performance for the community.  We invite you to attend; we will keep you apprised.  Our Shakespeare teachers, many of them residents ofPico and Mid-City area, are volunteering their time to launch this program.
Please help us spread the word about Shakespeare in the City – click here for more details.

 

For more information about the Los Angeles Drama Club, please visit our website.

 

If you wish to put a child on the list, please contact us as soon as possible. You can also sign up directly through Ami at William Grant Still, by calling 323.734.1165 or by emailing ami.motevalli@lacity.org

 

Thank you,

 Blaire Larsen & Julia Wyson
Los Angeles Drama Club
speak@losangelesdramaclub.com
www.losangelesdramaclub.com
323.319.3597

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