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LATC IS LOCATED IN DOWNTOWNS L.A.’S HISTORIC CORE

FROM THE EASTSIDE: Take 5 North FWY and merge onto 101 North FWY. Exit 4th St. and turn left onto E 4th St. Continue onto E 3rd St and turn left onto Spring St. LATC will be on your left, between 5th and 6th street.

FROM SFV: Take the 101 South FWY and exit on Broadway. Merge onto W Aliso St and turn right onto Spring St. LATC will be on your left, between 5th and 6th street.

FROM WESTSIDE: Take the 10 East FWY and merge on to the 110 North FWY toward Pasadena. Take the 6th St/9th St exit towardDowntown/Convention Center/Figueroa St and follow signs to merge onto 4th St. Turn right onto Spring St. LATC will be on your left, between 5th and 6th street.

FROM PASADENA: Take the 110 South FWY to 5 South FWY. Follow signs for Broadway and merge onto W 21 Ave. Take the first right onto Pasadena Ave, followed by a right onto N Broadway. Turn left onto Temple St. and right onto Spring St. LATC will be on you left, between 5th and 6th street.

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LTC

The Latino Theater Company has demonstrated over 23 years of commitment to creating and producing some of the most exciting main stage theater in the L.A. area.

Founded in 1985 by current Artistic Director, Jose Luis Valenzuela, under the auspices of the former Los Angeles Theatre Center, and known then as the Latino Theater Lab, the company began its legacy of producing memorable work. Examples include: August 29th, Stone Wedding, Roosters, The Promise,  La Victima, and Noche de Risa y Susto or Die Laughing, a Day of the Dead fundraising celebration.

The Company also created the New Voices Playwriting Series that commissioned many playwrights including Octavio Solis, Jimmy Santiago Baca, Cherrie Moraga, and Milcha Sanchez-Scott.

In 2003, the Latino Theater Company’s production, Dementia, garnered the prestigious GLAAD Award for Outstanding Theater Production in Los Angeles as well as four Ovation Award nominations in the mid-size theater category. In the same year, the Latino Theater Company incorporated 21 young theater artists to form the Latino Theater Lab. The Latino Theater Lab presented two works: the movement piece War, in 2003, and Melancholia, in 2005.

In January 2006, the Latino Theater Company was awarded a 20-year lease for the Los Angeles Theatre Center from the City of Los Angeles and received a $4 million grant from the California Cultural and Historic Endowment to refurbish the building.

The Los Angeles Theatre Center is a facility of the Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department and is operated by the Latino Theater Company.

News & Notes

To achieve the goal of providing programming that is relevant and relates to many different cultures in the city, five theater companies form the Los Angeles Theatre Center Cultural Roundtable who present and produce new and well-established culturally specific works that connect to the broad range of Los Angeles residents, expanding artistic theatrical expression in Los Angeles.

La-Virgen

Latino Theater Company

A true ensemble group, The Latino Theater Company has demonstrated over 25 years of commitment to creating and producing some of the most exciting main stage theater in the Los Angeles area that investigates the U.S. Latino experience.

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Robey Theatre Company

Los Angeles-based theater company dedicated to developing and producing new works about the Black experience.
Click for more info about classes at The Robey Theatre Company
Upcoming Fundraiser – The Cocktail Hour
Upcoming Production – The Magnificent Dunbar

CedarCedar Grove OnStage

Asian-American production company that produces plays and short films investigating Asian American themes.

Playwrights’ Arena

Theater production company committed to producing new stage works written exclusively by emerging LA playwrights.

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American Indian Dance Theatre

Traditional Native American dance company that tours to share a living culture with others.

PROGRAMMING MADE POSSIBLE IN PART BY

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The Los Angeles Theatre Center and Latino Theater Company is supported, in part, through grants by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, the City of Los Angeles, Department of Cultural Affairs and the National Endowment for the Arts, Art Works.

Located in Downtowns L.A.'s Historic Core

Directions From...

Take 5 North FWY and merge onto 101 North FWY. Exit 4th St. and turn left onto E 4th St. Continue onto E 3rd St and turn left onto Spring St. LATC will be on your left, between 5th and 6th street.

Take the 101 South FWY and exit on Broadway. Merge onto W Aliso St and turn right onto Spring St. LATC will be on your left, between 5th and 6th street.

Take the 10 East FWY and merge on to the 110 North FWY toward Pasadena. Take the 6th St/9th St exit towardDowntown/Convention Center/Figueroa St and follow signs to merge onto 4th St. Turn right onto Spring St. LATC will be on your left, between 5th and 6th street.

Take the 110 South FWY to 5 South FWY. Follow signs for Broadway and merge onto W 21 Ave. Take the first right onto Pasadena Ave, followed by a right onto N Broadway. Turn left onto Temple St. and right onto Spring St. LATC will be on you left, between 5th and 6th street.

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Tickets 866.811.4111 / General 213.489.0994

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