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Educational Theatre Institute (ETI) Announces the Production of “The Seven Maids From Stockbridge” at West Angeles Performing Arts Theater
By Sentinel News Service
Published August 27, 2018

The ETI production of the writer, Ken Sagoes’ story of THE SEVEN MAIDS FROM STOCKBRIDGE,will take place on Saturday, September 8, 2018, at the West Angeles Performing Arts Theater at 3020 Crenshaw Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90016. Proceeds from this fundraiser will provide access to arts education for underserved youth. It will be one show only at 3:00 PM. Tickets are now on sale.

The Educational Theatre Institute (ETI) is pleased to announce that acclaimed director Denise Dowse, will be at the helm of the All-Star Cast; veteran actors from stage and film, Starletta DuPois, Patricia Belcher, Elaynn Taylor, Deborah Kellar, Vickilyn Reynolds, Jill Holden, and Lea Woods, with Brandon Rachal.

THE SEVEN MAIDS FROM STOCKBRIDGE is a story of seven women who started the movement of integration into the hotel industry. They have returned to be honored at the same hotel…bringing up many memories from the past…some happy, some sad.

Filled with excitement, compassion, and historical facts, this poignant drama will enlighten you, make you laugh, cry and appreciate the many nameless heroines that made a difference during some of the most challenging times in American history…a story with much integrity!

Sweet Baby J’ai, Executive Creative Director at The Educational Theatre Institute, said: Building on the success of the last five productions in conjunction with GIVING BACK CORPORATION, we are thrilled to continue our community outreach to churches, sororities, fraternities, service centers and the larger general public with this outstanding performance of THE SEVEN MAIDS FROM STOCKBRIDGE!


THE SEVEN MAIDS FROM STOCKBRIDGE – a Fundraiser to Provide Access to Arts Education for Underserved Youth.

Saturday, September 8 at 3:00 pm

Tickets on sale at

Directed By: Denise Dowse

All-Star Cast: Starletta DuPois, Patricia Belcher, Elaynn Taylor, Deborah Kellar, Vickilyn Reynolds, Jill Holden, and Lea Woods, with Brandon Rachal.

West Angeles Performing Arts Theater
3020 Crenshaw Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90016.
For more information or Group Sales call: 310-819-2266

Educational Theatre Institute (ETI) was established in 1999, by the Los Angeles based professional theatre company, BAMN Ensemble for the purpose of providing quality, specialized programs to the community, corporate and educational clients. Examples of our many programs include Productions, Workshops, Staff Development, After-School Programs, Web Development Workshops for Youth and Adults, and Talent Management. All of our educational projects are fully customizable, and designed within the framework of the National Educational Standards.  We provide scholarships to provide access to arts education for underserved youth.

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