Diversity & Inclusion

Finding Strength In Our Differences

Theatre of Arts is passionately committed to welcoming people from all backgrounds and circumstances, representing all racial, ethnic, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability and socioeconomic groups. 

 

TOA has long been determined to play a role in combatting institutionalized discrimination and systemic racism; our mission statement includes a commitment to proactively enroll new talent representing communities that have been historically marginalized, and our acting conservatory proudly boasts a student body that is majority persons of color. 

 

Theatre of Arts strives to maintain socioeconomic diversity via scholarships and tuition financial aid, and provides support to all students by way of skilled advisors, counselors and diversity educators—ensuring TOA continues to thrive as an inclusive community. 

 

Our curriculum is continuously evolving to reflect the richness and diversity of the student body we attract, as well as the larger cultural landscape in which we create and  perform. We believe the capacity for exceptional artistry resides in every identity, and we seek all passionate people with a deep commitment and hunger to master the craft of acting. 

We invite you to explore our coursesrequest more information, or apply today to join our historic school's two-year acting conservatory program.

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Theatre of Arts

6767 W. Sunset Blvd. 

Hollywood, CA 90028

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  • Theatre of Arts is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Theatre. Learn more at nast.arts-accredit.org

  • Theatre of Arts is approved to operate by the California Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education (BPPE) pursuant to California Education Code Section 94915. [Click Here to Download the 2017-2018 BPPE TOA Fact Sheet]

  • Theatre of Arts is also authorized under federal law to enroll non-immigrant alien students who meet eligibility requirements. Learn more at bppe.ca.gov.