The Los Angeles Actors' Theatre (LAAT) was founded in 1975 by Ralph Waite to provide provide education and the theater experience
to low income populations. The collection consist of photocopied news clippings and articles, press releases, and ephemera
related to LAAT.
The Los Angeles Actors' Theatre (LAAT) was founded in 1975 by Ralph Waite; Waite also served as artistic director. LAAT was
created to provide a permanent, professional company of creative talent, provide teaching opportunities to apprentice and
minority talent; and at the same time bring the theater experience to low income populations.
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