Youth Theatre Forum: Exploring Identity, Religion, and Culture Through Art
Center Theatre Group is hosting a Youth Theatre Forum: Exploring Identity, Religion, and Culture Through Art taking place on Friday, June 17 in Downtown Los Angeles.
The VNNC encourages the youth to participate on this opportunity!
Friday, June 17, 2016 at 2–10:30pm
Forum at 2pm at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels | 555 W Temple St, L.A., CA 90012
Performance at 8pm at Mark Taper Forum | 135 N Grand Ave, L.A., CA 90012
Who are you, what do you believe, and can art help you talk about it? With Ayad Akhtar’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Disgraced playing the Mark Taper Forum, we invite high school students and rising college freshmen to join us on Friday, June 17, to discuss ethnicity and religion, both onstage and in their own lives. Our free Youth Theatre Forum features afternoon workshops and a ticket to Disgraced, a story of what happens when identity, heritage, and passion collide with the American Dream.
- Workshops on faith and culture, your own identity, and how to create art about it
- Free dinner
- A Free ticket to see the Pulitzer Prize-winning play Disgraced, by Ayad Akhtar, at the Mark Taper Forum at the Music Center in Downtown Los Angeles.
We invite high school students and rising college freshmen to join us to discuss ethnicity and religion, both onstage and in their own lives.
This is a completely free event! RSVP to StudentBody@CenterTheatreGroup.org by Friday, June 10, with your name, school, year in school, and phone number to reserve your spot.
This event is for current high school students and rising college freshmen only.