As one of the nation’s most influential nonprofit theatre companies, Center Theatre Group proudly continues our 50-year tradition of using the art of theatre to broaden horizons and illuminate new perspectives. At the Ahmanson Theatre, Mark Taper Forum, and Kirk Douglas Theatre, we entertain audiences with celebrated Broadway shows, thought-provoking stories, and adventurous new plays.
Over the past decade, we’ve commissioned 65 shows and produced 40 World premieres, making us one of the nation’s leading producers of ambitious new works. Our interactive programs engage audiences across generations, demographics, and circumstance. And our award-winning education programs inspire the next generation of theatregoers, artists, and artisans.
We entertain. We create. We engage. We inspire. We put theatre at the center of it all.
Center Theatre Group commits to creating a safe space where the values of diversity, equity and inclusion permeate all levels and all aspects of our work. We aim to attract, nurture and retain staff in a supportive home where we can be our best selves. Because theatre is a cultural force with the capacity to transform the lives of individuals and society at large, we have a duty to celebrate our commonalities and embrace our differences in order to ensure that everyone has access to our work onstage, behind the scenes, and in the community.
To serve the diverse audiences of Los Angeles by producing and presenting theatre of the highest caliber, by nurturing new artists, by attracting new audiences, and by developing youth outreach and arts education programs.
This mission is based on a belief that the art of theatre is a cultural force with the capacity to transform the lives of individuals and society at large.
Thank you for your interest in being a Teaching Artist for Center Theatre Group. Once completed, your information will be kept on file and you will be contacted if we think you may be a good fit for a current and/or future program.
Items to include with your application:
- A cover letter explaining your approach to teaching and/or the philosophy that informs your work.
- A sample lesson plan you have created and administered.
- A resume that demonstrates your experience as a teaching artist. Your resume must include your contact info.