UPDATE | Charity Golf Tournament to Benefit East L.A Classic Theatre

Hispanic Lifestyle is pleased to be a supporter of this event.

Charity Golf Tournament to benefit East L.A Classic Theatre will feature Comedian Carlos Mencia and a Who’s Who of English and Spanish language Television and Film on the Golf Course.

Here are a few pictures from the event.  Exclusive video will be added later.

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OVER 20,000 CHILDREN FROM LOS ANGELES, SAN BERNARDINO, ORANGE, AND RIVERSIDE COUNTY PARTICIPATE IN THE ‘EAST L.A. CLASSIC THEATRE’ AFTER- SCHOOL PROGRAMS.

With school budgets and contributions being reduced yet program requests continually rising, we need a good laugh right about now!

What: East L.A. Classic Theatre, a 501(c)3 non-profit, to hold “To Be, Or Not To Be … Carlos Mencia”, ACT II, Meet Me At The Golf Course!, Charity Golf Tournament. Founder and Actor, Tony Plana and Comedian Carlos Mencia to host a comedy show after golf tournament. The event will begin with VIP breakfast reception followed by 18 rounds of golf a luncheon, red carpet, and  top-line entertainment.

Why: Since 1995, East L.A. Classic Theatre has been able to provide comprehensive literacy skills and English language development programs as part of the school curriculum and after-school programs that expose youth to theatre arts in a fun, contemporary, and interactive way. The organization has employed more than 600 actors, facilitated literacy development to more than 20,000 children, and performed for over 250,000 students and families throughout Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Orange, and Riverside counties.

About East L.A. Classic Theatre

East L.A. Classic Theatre (ECT) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization incorporated in 1995 by actor Tony Plana and other Latino artists.

Since 1995, East L.A. Classic Theatre has been able to provide comprehensive literacy skills and English language development programs as part of the school curriculum and after-school programs that expose youth to theatre arts in a fun, contemporary, and interactive way.

ECT integrates professional actors into engaging, culturally relevant English language development programs as a part of school curriculums and after-school programs.

ECT is the only Latino-based theater company to offer Shakespeare to underserved youth.

The organization has employed more than 600 actors, facilitated literacy development to more than 20,000 children, and performed for over 250,000 students and families throughout Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Orange, and Riverside counties.  For more information about this event, visit www.eastlaclassic.org or call Ana Aragon at (909)319-4764.  http://www.facebook.com/eastlaclassictheatre

Author: Richard Sandoval

Richard Sandoval is an award winning journalist who produces Hispanic Lifestyle a television program broadcasting on several PBS stations throughout the United States. editorial@Hispaniclifestyle.com

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