The Los Angeles County High School for the Arts (LACHSA) will present its annual Halls of Horror this weekend featuring the talented students of the LACHSA Theatre Department. Guests will travel through two immersive experiences and will be transported into the era of Jack the Ripper and H.H. Holmes in a thrilling original and interactive performance. Themed treats and other goodies will be available for purchase after the show. All proceeds will benefit LACHSA Theatre.
The event takes place the evenings of October, 28, 29, and 30 with the first entrance at 6:30 pm each night and the last at 9:30pm. Tickets can be purchased online at: www.lachsa.net/boxoffice.
Due to performances taking place at a public high school grounds on the campus of a public university, LACHSA follows, and in in some cases supersedes, the public health guidelines for live events. Please be aware that there may not be significant social distance between you and other guests at LACHSA performances. LACHSA’s requirements for anyone attending a live event include: 1) Proof of completed vaccination at the time of purchasing tickets; 2) An online health questionnaire completed before entry to the school; 3) Masks worn for the entire event, even outdoors. Unfortunately we cannot admit children 12 years of age and under to LACHSA events at this time. In the event that an individual has a disability or other condition for which they require a reasonable accommodation, they may contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Founded 1985 in the global creative capital of Los Angeles, LACHSA, Los Angeles County High School for the Arts, is a tuition-free public school offering a specialized program combining college-preparatory academic instruction and conservatory-style training in the visual and performing arts that is consistently ranked as one of the premier public arts high schools in the US. Located on the campus of CSULA, its graduates attend the world’s finest arts colleges and universities. The school serves up to 600 culturally and socioeconomically diverse student artists from more than 80 school districts across LA County. Disciplines at the school include Music, Dance, Visual Arts, Theatre and Cinematic Arts.