ONE PLAY AT A TIME"
EAC THEATRE strives to...
"...create a local space where children, youth, and adults can learn about El Paso’s rich heritage and culture through the fine arts. We strive to provide numerous opportunities for cultural enrichment through exposure to finely directed and exquisitely produced theatre plays. We will also provide an outlet for creative involvement from all artistic types while entertaining and discovering local talent."
EAC THEATRE’s production events include: “A Chocolate Affair”, “Teen Angel”, “Miss Lonely Hearts”, and an upbeat entertainment series featuring performers from different genres called “Adult’s Playground”. We garner strong community support since we’re a theatre company by the people and for the people of El Paso. Our production events have an average attendance rate of 200-‐500 patrons. These numbers reflect just how broad our target demographic is. We want to reach as many as possible!
EAC Theatre is committed to ALL forms of art and has opened its doors to the Black Sheep Gallery, a great space that invites local artists, artisans, sculptors, etc to come and exhibit and showcase their work.
EAC FRIENDS & AFFILIATES
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Dance, Act, & Music Program
To build up strong artistry from generation to generation
Branching out from a dance program, Judy Aguirre started her own program in 2009.
Using the PDC Auditorium, the doors opened to the children and teens of the community to learn an art. Through this, the kids gain respect for their teachers, peers, and themselves by being a team player by not only learning, but teaching other children once they've surpassed being taught by their teacher.
Monday - Friday | 3:30 to 5:30 | 9405 Betel Dr
email@example.com | 11601 Pellicano Drive, Ste D4, El Paso, TX 79936 | 915.867.0113