Workshops may be paired with an assembly or presented separately and can be geared toward a variety of age levels from pre-K through college. Similar to assemblies, workshops  typically focus on one work in LDT’s repertory and include a dance lesson/demonstration and opportunity for students to learn more about the life of a dancer and the history of the featured work. For example, a workshop based on Luna Mexicana may include a lecture on the mexican holiday the Day of the Dead, a chance for the students to learn some of the movements, and a discussion on the choreographic process and making of the costumes. Workshops are adaptable for any number of students, and teachers are provided with a comprehensive study guide prior to the program.