End of year donation to support the arts

Thank you for standing by our side throughout 2011. Whether you saw one show or all of them, we’re grateful to have you as part of the LATC family. This past year the LTC/LATC faced financial challenges like everyone else, but we overcame those obstacles and continued bringing artists and audiences together. In a time when many struggle to find something to eat, we provide food for the soul. Please help us make 2012 a fruitful year by donating now.

 Highlights from the spring include: Herbert Siguenza’s A Weekend with Pablo Picasso, Playwrights’ Arena’s bonded (Ovation-nominated for best play), and the revival of Evelina Fernandez’s Solitude at the RADAR LA Festival. The fall featured the Vault ensemble’s Unlocked, Evelina Fernandez’s Hope: Part II of A Mexican Trilogy, Robey Theatre Company’s Pity the Proud Ones, and Urban Theatre Movement’s L.A. Times-recommended revival of Miguel Piñero’s Short Eyes. Finally, the generosity and good hearts of our community and colleagues gave us the support we needed to produce the 10th anniversary performance of La Virgen de Guadalupe, Dios Inantzín.

In addition to our season programming, we hosted the 4th annual LATC Youth Summer Conservatory, an intensive 6-week performing arts training program for high school students. Thanks to the support of our funders, many of our students attended the conservatory for free.


As a way of showing audience members what we have planned for 2012, we are offering a free preview of next year’s upcoming productions at our 3rd Annual Playwrights Festival, a series of staged readings from January 26-29. This year’s festival will feature work by Evelina Fernandez, Michael Premsrirat, and award-winning playwright Marcus Gardley. This will just be a taste of our spring and fall seasons. We have many other programs and events planned for the year and are excited to offer you a lot of great entertainment at a very affordable price. For example, in the fall we plan to have a special one-day showcase of all three parts of A Mexican Trilogy, complete with meals and refreshments. And we will have more events designed to make this your space.

In order to offer audience members like you quality programming and continue to make the LATC a place where the convergence of people, cultures, and ideas contribute to the future, we need the continued help and support of our LATC family. As we approach the year 2012, we ask you to please consider making a year-end gift to the Latino Theater Company. Your generous contribution will help us transition into our 7th year of operating the Los Angeles Theatre Center. No gift is too large or small; every contribution is significant in helping us reach our fundraising goal.

Please note that your contribution to the Latino Theater Company is tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law and that our Federal Tax I.D. number is 95-4572361. You can make a contribution to the LTC by visiting the following link. For more information about this request or our theater company, please visit our website at thelatc.org or contact Development Director Michael Premsrirat at michael@thelatc.org.


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