The 2013 summer season marks the 20th anniversary of the Partnership Program, which nurtures locally-based artists, arts organizations and community, celebrating and reflecting on stage the diversity of the people of Los Angeles County.
Former L.A. County Supervisor Ed Edelman supported the creation of the first summer season, named "Summer Nights at the Ford," in 1993. The program was designed to enable Los Angeles County-area music, dance and theatre groups to produce successfully in a major venue, providing production and marketing support and often facilitating their first important public appearances.
Summer Season Partnership Program (Season runs May - October)
Applications Open June 12;
Applications Due August 28.
Supports Los Angeles County resident arts organizations by assisting them to successfully present performances in its 1,200-seat amphitheatre. It seeks to develop new audiences for the partner arts organizations, John Anson Ford Theatres, and the larger Los Angeles County performing arts community. Work may be in any performing arts discipline and events are typically two-hour (or longer) evening events that are geared for adults or families with older children. Also, film events are encouraged. More program info, click here.