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The Wallis Arrives
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Student Matinee programs
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Alonzo King LINES Ballet
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The wallis arrives

2023 marks a historic milestone for The Wallis and the culmination of our first extraordinary decade; now we begin the journey promised by a fresh new chapter serving Beverly Hills and Southern California. We seek your partnership as we launch The Wallis Arrives: a Comprehensive Campaign.

​​​​​​​This effort will focus on the delivery of four pillars that support our mission:

Artistic Excellence

Education and Community Engagement

Historic Preservation

Fiscal Sustainability

Just as the original Capital Campaign that concluded in 2013 galvanized us all with a panoramic vision of what The Wallis could be and set the stage for our first ten extraordinary years, The Wallis Arrives will set a standard of artistic excellence, community connection, and financial sustainability for its next ten years — and beyond.

​​​​​​​We invite you to join us as The Wallis ARRIVES.

To learn more and to make a donation, please contact:
Christine Weil
Director of Development
310.246.3800, ext. 725​​​​​​​
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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Photos in the above carousel: Jessica Lang Dance Company, photo by Kevin Parry; Los Angeles area students at The Wallis; Los Angeles area students at a student matinee of Shanghai Sonatas: A New Musical in Concert, photo by Hannah Burnett; Alonzo King LINES Ballet, photo courtesy of Alonzo King LINES Ballet; Students of the Staged Stories Creative Aging Program; Jennifer Holliday; Debbie Allen teaching at Sunday Funday, photo by Rob Latour; Ballet Hispánico, photo courtesy of Ballet Hispánico