Dolores Chávez oversees the vision and programming for the Rosenthal Theater at Inner-City Arts, which serves as a platform to explore new art forms and engage with local and global communities. Previously, as the Producer for P.L.A.Y/Center Theatre Group (CTG), Dolores produced theater for young audiences that toured throughout Los Angeles, including at the Kirk Douglas Theatre and the Mark Taper Forum, as well at The Kennedy Center, in Washington, DC, and Scotland. While at CTG, Dolores built extensive educational and community programs that enhanced and extended the productions beyond the stage. She has worked with notable artists such as Marisela Norte, Luis Alfaro, Charlene Woodard, Danny Hoch, Will Power, TeAda and Peter Sellars. Dolores founded Common Ground City, a neighborhood study designed to bring about an understanding of the importance of locally organized cultural centers in towns and neighborhoods worldwide. Dolores has been acknowledged for her work in the community by local government and neighborhood leadership. In the past, she served as a consultant with the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, Department of Cultural Affairs, Arts for LA and the NEA. She has served on the national board of ASSITEJ, Native Voices at the Autry Center of Western Heritage
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