15517 Phoebe Ave, La Mirada CA 90638
Advanced enrollment is HIGHLY recommended.
Walk-ins can sometimes be accomodated, however, are they not guaranteed admission and may be turned away.
Please note: Walk-in prices are slightly higher than advance purchases!
Questions? Call us at 714.690.2900
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GENERAL CLASS POLICIES
There are no refunds for missed classes.
Cancellation Policy: After a student enrolls, and payment is received in full, a refund will only be issued if cancelled 14 days before the class. Otherwise, a credit can be issued for future classes or tickets to a performance.
There will be no guests permitted in the classroom. Parents can wait for their student in our lobby.
To ensure the quality of our classes, students will not be admitted beyond 10 minutes after a class start time. A student will be considered absent and no refund/credit will be issued.
A disruptive student can be removed from a class at our discretion. No refund or credit will be issued in this scenario.
MEET OUR INSTRUCTORS!
Phantom Projects alum, Danielle Keaton has been a working actress for over 25 years! Danielle began her career alongside John Rubenstein and Brian Stokes-
More recently, Danielle has expanded her involvement in the entertainment industry outside of acting and is now working on the Warner Brothers lot as a Development Assistant, at the newly formed Production Company for Director Todd Phillips and Actor Bradley Cooper. During her two years at Warner Brothers, Danielle got to see first hand the casting process for Jonah Hill’s new movie, sitting and discussing closely with the director and producers which gave her the incentive to want to teach fellow actors; preparation before an audition, auditioning techniques, cold readings, working on-
Steve created Phantom Projects Theatre Group in 1996 when he was just 17 years old. Since then, he has overseen the daily operation of the troupe, while directing numerous tours and mainstage shows as part of the annual season at La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts. The success of the troupe has been talked about by media outlets all over the world. Camera crews from France and Russia have been flown out to learn more about Phantom Projects, and newspapers in 7 different countries have run features on the group.