ABOUT SANTA MONICA HIGH SCHOOL THEATRE

SUPPORT THE ARTS


SAMOHI THEATRE operates through the Santa Monica Arts Parents Association, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization,
Federal ID 95-2563339.

All donors receive a letter to use when filing tax returns documenting your tax deductible donation amount at the end of the year.

2018-19 Student ACTS Council Members
Seniors:
Co-Presidents: Victor Cruz, Robbie Levis-Fitzgerald
Dilay Ackora
Rachel Lamell
Juniors:
Abby Johnson
Natalie Krenik
Maya Lauer
Sophomores:
Karly Kato
Emery Komlos
Mateo Marquez
Freshman:
Eve Davidson

2018-19 ACTS Club Leadership Team
Emily Barrett
Jackson Gerard
John Levis-Fitzgerald

DONORS - 2018-19 Donor List
Ambassador ($10,000+)
Santa Monica Education Foundation
Angel ($250-$499)
The Jaffe Family
The Kato Family
The Krenik Family
The Lamell Family
The Levis-Fitzgerald Family
The Nava-Marquez Family
The Payton Spiegel Family
The Sternberg Family
Benefactor ($100-$249)
The Andrews Family
The Chase Family
The Davidson Cohen Family
The Gerard Family
The Goldsmith Family
The Mulholland Family
The Murphy-Weeks Family
The Newman Peak Family
The Spilo Family
The Webb Family
The Zuckerbraun Family
Patron ($50-99)
The Gormley Family
The Inatsugu Family
The Jewett Family
The Meek Family
The Rotgin Family
Supporter ($1-$49)
The Gonzales Family
The Rudomin Family



Samohi Theatre seeks to maintain a supportive and creative culture of live theatre on the Santa Monica High School campus.

Santa Monica High School Theatre is led by Katheryne "Kate" Barraza. Ms. Barraza is in her 7th year at Samohi and her 14th year of teaching, mostly teaching theatre and directing plays in LAUSD and also in Portland, Oregon. She received her B.A. from Evergreen State College and her M.A. from Portland State University, and studied educational theatre at NYU. She has directed musical, comedy, and dramatic theatre, and has written her own work and directed student-devised plays.

Samohi Theatre performs in two venues on campus:
Barnum Hall, a 1,200-seat WPA landmark in the center of campus, built in 1938 and beautifully renovated in 2004.

Humanities Center Theatre, an intimate space with various configurations holding up to 120 people, located near the Michigan/7th Street gate.

Students have placed in regional theatre competitions and gained entrance to college theatre programs. More importantly, they gain skills and experience to propel and sustain them in adult life.

To promote your business and support arts education, consider placing an advertisement in one of our attractive programs. For information, contact producer@SamohiTheatre.org.







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