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Shakespeare Festival of LA
1994, 1995, 1997 & 1998


Project Area: CBD
Project: Public Performance of Shakespeare Plays
Project Location: Various
Project Type: Cultural Trust Fund

Description:

The Shakespeare Festival of LA is dedicated to professional theatre performances of the highest caliber that are free and open to the public, thus accessible to a diverse audience. The Festival accepts canned food donations in lieu of ticket charges and donates the proceeds to The Salvation Army's Feeding Families program.

For further information about Shakespeare LA, please visit their website at www.shakespearefestivalla.org.

 

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Artist Profile

The Shakespeare Festival of Los Angeles (SFLA), founded in 1984 by Ben Donenberg, is a performance group committed to producing professional, award-winning theater.  The evolving programs offered by SFLA demonstrate a unique, effective, and artful response to the pressing need for community development.  Currently, SFLA offers a youth employment program that hires young people challenged by severe economic circumstances to create and perform an adaptation of a Shakespeare play.  The Festival’s programs have a positive impact on the artistic, academic, and economic health of communities in southern California.