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Eartha Robinson Hosts Diverse “Triple Threat” Program for Los Angeles’ Youth

March 24, 2018

Renowned Dance Powerhouse, Choreographer and Actor, Eartha Robinson, has vowed to give back to the industry that raised her with a vengeance!  With over forty years in the business, the New York native is dedicating her knowledge and talents to future dancers, vocalists and actors, in the City of Angels.

 

                             Eartha Robinson, Founder

 

Years ago, Robinson established herself as a “veteran” in the Entertainment Industry, having worked alongside some of the most celebrated and innovative Choreographers and Directors, including: George Faison, Michael Peters, Debbie Allen, Otis Salid, Walter Painter, Lester Wilson, Spike Lee, Norman Jewison, Wes Craven, Gary Marshall and many others. While doing so she also appeared in over 100 films and productions.

 

Today, through her not-for-profit organization, The H.E.ART, Robinson provides a creative environment where aspiring “Triple Threat” performers of all ages can feel inspired to cultivate their talents.  As a multicultural performing arts center, The H.E.ART is committed to the intense development of the diverse youth of Los Angeles.

 

                        Eartha Robinson, H.E.Art Students

 

The H.E.ART program, overall, seeks to expand from quarterly class offerings to a year-round after school program.  It will include a more diverse and inclusive platform, increasing scholarships for talented students who desire to pursue performing arts as a profession, also allowing students to explore other industry career alternatives.  To make this provision, the organization solicits donations from the community and local businesses.

 

The H.E.ART has recently launched its Triple Threat Intensive (Acting, Dance, Vocal) program for children, ages 5-10 (Lab 1) and 11-up (Lab 2) Summer 2018.  Registration is now open and ongoing.  For more information, donation and program inquiries, visit, theheartarts.org or  email: heartarts777@gmail.com. 

 

 

 

 

 

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