Our Program at a Glance
We do so through school assemblies, meetings, and giving students, performers, and writers the voice to change the theater’s inner-workings.
Our curriculum aims to develop each person’s unique character.
Here are some qualities in diversity we are looking to grow:
Race • Color • National origin • Religion • Sex • Disability: physical/mental • Ages 40 and older • Marital status • Sexual orientation • Genetic information • Medical condition • Gender identity/expression • Political activities/affiliations •Military/veteran status • Status as a victim of domestic violence, assault, and/or stalking
Twice a year, we offer eight scholarships (16 per year) to new and returning students to study any class they’d like at The Ruby LA.
The application period will reopen in December/January.
After submissions, a select few will be invited to a workshop, where they will meet our program committee as well as have the opportunity to improvise with them. Absolutely no performance or writing experience is needed, only a desire to learn comedy. Awards are given out to eight incredible applicants the following month.
If you have any questions, feedback, concerns, comments, or recommendations, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.