Starting in 2000, we are one of the leading arts organizations on L.A.'s East Side. We aspire to present the highest quality work with a commitment to diversity and community.
Located in the Boyle Heights Artist District, CASA 0101 Theater is dedicated to providing vital arts, cultural, and educational programs, thereby nurturing the future storytellers of Los Angeles who will someday transform the world. Our open door policy is an entryway for many into the performing arts.
Creating a pathway for aspiring artists. In 2018:
youth participated in free classes in acting, dance and writing.
adults participated in low-cost acting, writing and singing classes.
actors, writers, directors, producers, creative designers and crew worked on a main stage production.
audience members attended a performance at Casa 0101.
Recurring Donors are the heart of our organization, and our most direct pathway to sustainability. Please consider joining to help ensure that CASA 0101 can continue to nurture Los Angeles's future storytellers for years to come.
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Casa 0101 brought Always Running to the 2000-seat Sexson Auditorium at Pasadena City College. Tuesday, December 3, 2019. It was the final performance in what turned
L.A. Times – New in L.A. theater: ‘Sister Act’ at Casa 0101, ‘Diana of Dobson’s’ at Antaeus and more
Questions of gender and identity drive headlines daily, so it’s only natural to find the topic taking center stage in our theaters. With emotional tones
Casa 0101 in Boyle Heights is waging a fundraising battle to keep its doors open. Judging by its splendid “Beauty and the Beast” running through