The Lachsa Theatre Department is a multi-level, continuous curriculum, with a scope and sequence that offers beginning to advanced techniques in acting, voice, movement, dance, stagecraft, history, and literature/criticism. The program emphasizes individual growth and personal discovery while building ensemble. The faculty consists of working professional artists and designers who share their expertise, experiences and passion for the art of theatre.

The Flores Exhibits: Voices from the Americas

Presented by The LACHSA Theatre Department in collaboration with Waterwell, NYC .
Virtual Event: Saturday, March 20th, 10:00 a.m. -12 p.m.

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This multidisciplinary bilingual presentation features the testimonies of children and adults who were held in Texas immigration detention centers along the US/Mexico border in June 2019.  We’ll explore the efforts that artists are making to humanize the conversation, how local organizations are impacting immigration policies and how they serve as a catalyst for change. 

Readings by LACHSA theatre students with creations from other art departments. 

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