Kids ages 8-16 learn to write, direct, improvise, and act with their peers in their own play. Our two-week program culminates in an original production for our family and friends! All classes are taught by working actors who have performed on Broadway and in Regional theaters around the country. Scholarships for our summer camp are made possible in part by a generous grant from the California Arts Council.
Sacred Fools can bring its signature blend of storytelling, character work, and improvisation to your school. School day and after-school programs are available. Sacred Fools Theater Company is a registered LAUSD vendor, and all programs align with VAPA standards. To learn more, EMail .
Our school programs are made possible in part by a generous grant from the California Arts Council.
Classes forming soon! Watch this space for more information!
Each year, 2-3 high schools students heading into their Senior year receive school credit and/or professional experience working with Sacred Fools' summer programs. Ask how your school can become involved today! For more information, EMail .
Every Mainstage production offers one Donation-only evening. Patrons choose their own ticket price, and all proceeds are donated to a charity of the production's choice.
Past charities include:
Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services
Los Angeles Youth Network
Greater W. Hollywood Food Coalition
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Spirit of America
Heart of Los Angeles
The Academy of Music for the Blind
A New Way of Life
David Lynch Foundation
Uplift Family Services at Hollygrove
Make-a-Wish Greater Los Angeles
Center For Inquiry
Nature and Culture International
24th St. Theater
Sacred Fools opens our door to residents and stakeholders in zip code 90038 during one weekend each season when all shows are free! We are proud to be a member of such a diverse and artistic neighborhood, and, one weekend each year, we give back to our community by offering free tickets to any performance during that weekend. Watch our social media for updates on the 2019 weekend or sign up for our mailing list. The ZIP Project is made possible by a generous grant from the City of Los Angeles' Department of Cultural Affairs.