The Looking Ahead Program cordially invites Hollywood Moms, Dads and their child actors to join in for a night of fun, celebration and reflection on the program’s ten amazing years of growth and service to professional young performers in the entertainment industry. You do not need to be member to attend! Hosted by Looking Ahead Advisory Committee Chair, Fred Savage, the evening will feature a three-course dinner, special guests and honorees, scenic trips down memory lane, music, gifts, prizes and more! Space is limited so be sure to buy your tickets early. Make no mistake – this is the Child Actor Event of the Season and you won’t want to miss out!
If you have general questions about this event, want to become a member or would like to request a financial assistance (i.e. partial scholarship) for ticket purchase, please email LCampbell@actorsfund.org.
WHAT: Looking Ahead 10 Year Celebration
WHEN: JUNE 6, 2013, 6:45 pm Check In. 7:00 – 8:30 pm Dinner Event.
WHERE: Taglyan Cultural Complex – Grand Ballroom, 1201 Vine Street, Los Angeles, CA 90038
DRESS: Semi-Formal Attire
PARKING: Valet parking provided at $6 per vehicle.
Ticket Information: To purchase advance tickets online (through May 20, 2013) go to http://lookingahead10yr.eventbrite.com
Advance Tickets: $45.00 If you wait until the day of the event, tickets at the door are $55.00. Please note that after 5/20/13, tickets must be purchased at the door (pending availability).
If you are a Looking Ahead Member or parent, please log in to your Looking Ahead Program account at www.lookingaheadprogram.org for special ticket information and pricing.
Questions? Please contact Laura @ 323-933-9244 EXT 436.
*Please note that all tickets are final sale and non-refundable.
About The Looking Ahead Program
Looking Ahead is dedicated to helping young performers between the ages of 9 -18 and their families manage the unique issues associated with working in the entertainment industry. The Actors Fund realizes that working in the performing arts and entertainment community can be both exciting and fun, but that it is not without challenges. With those challenges in mind, they’ve developed services and programs tailored to the special needs of young performers and their families:
- Events and Group Activities
- Education Planning
- Support and counseling for individuals, families, and groups
- Community Service programs
- Leadership Development