The simple answer is no. Typical optimum temp for lager yeasts is 50F. That's too low for ale yeasts.
The complicated answer is yes, depending on strain. You could use Wyeast's california lager alongside just about any ale yeast, or the Fermentis dry lager yeasts at 54 or so alongside Nottingham. There are other combinations you might try.
Anyway, why not just brew all lagers or all ales at any given time? The lagers can lager while the ales ferment, and you can drink them at the same time.