ACB Outreach to the Community

Public Meetings Regarding the Historic Alameda High School Buildings

If you are interested in participating in the public meetings regarding the future of the Historic Alameda High School buildings, including Kofman Theater, please contact You can view our organizations detailed thoughts and concerns here: Organization Stakeholder Application.

Read ACB Artistic Director Abra Rudisill's letter to Jeff Cambra, the Community Engagement Facilitator, here.

It's very important that the Alameda School Board hear from as many community members as possible in order for them to make a decision that reflects the will of the community as a whole!


About ACB and the Community

Alameda Civic Ballet strives to create quality, community-accessible ballet performances while educating and engaging the community in the performing arts. Through its outreach programs, the company works to provide opportunities for members of the community to attend its performances for little or no cost.

ACB has donated over 100 tickets to local charities, including Walden House, Girls, Inc. of Alameda, and Alameda Food Bank to ACB Nutcracker performances.

ACB also works with the Alameda Unified School District to offer students reduced cost access to ballet performances. Click here for more information.

If you or your organization would like to schdule an event with ACB, click here.

If you are interested in participating in the public meetings regarding the future of the Historic Alameda High School buildings, including Kofman Theater, please contact ACB. You can also download the Organization Stakeholder Application.

Young dancers

"Just wanted to let you know how wonderful the performance was today. You did a tremendous job of conceiving the idea. I know it was a thrill for all those children to have a wonderful education in Ballet, music and fine arts. I was really happy that AEF could play a small role in this effort."

Judy Blank, AEF Director
on the Impressionists performance
for AUSD students