Estela Garcia
Faculty, Movement

Estela Garcia A Los Angeles born native, Estela Garcia is an actress, movement coach, deviser, community engagement specialist, mask maker/performer, and teacher. She is Movement Faculty at CalArts, as well as a Community Liaison for CTG, and faculty at SCR.  As an actress, Estela is best... Continue reading »

Janie Geiser
Faculty, Puppetry

Janie Geiser is a multidisciplinary artist whose practice includes performance, film, and installation. Geiser’s work is known for its recontextualization of abandoned images and objects, its embrace of artifice, its investigation of memory, and its sense of suspended time. Geiser’s... Continue reading »

Mary Louise Gemmill

ML Gemmill Mary Louise (ML) was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. At a young age, she trained with The Lee Strasberg Institute and with Stella Adler in her invitation-only Master Class. In 1984 she was selected to participate in the inaugural year of the Vassar Powerhouse Theatre... Continue reading »

Jon Gottlieb
Head of Sound Design

Jon’s recent design work includes Shout Sister Shout at the Pasadena Playhouse, for the Geffen Playhouse designs includes Big Sky, Country House, Equivocation and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (directed by Gil Cates). He most recently designed Twelve Angry Men and Kiss Me Kate for Pasadena... Continue reading »

Asher Hartman
Theater History

Asher Hartman is an interdisciplinary artist, writer, director and intuitive Practitioner, whose work at the junction of visual art and theater centers on the exploration of the self in relation to Western histories and ideologies.   Upcoming works include “The Dope Elf” at... Continue reading »

Mary Heilman
Head of Applied Arts

Mary Heilman is the Head of the MFA Scene Painting Specialization in Scene Design, where she has created a unique program focused strongly on a professional viewpoint drawing from the close proximity of the Los Angeles entertainment industry. Mary was the Master Painter and Lead Scenic Artist... Continue reading »

Mona Heinze
Faculty, Dramaturgy
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Mona Heinze has served as dramaturg on numerous productions of classics, new plays, and dance pieces.  She frequently collaborated with choreographer Donald Byrd (world premiere of The Seven Deadly Sins at Pacific Northwest Ballet, The Beast, exploring issues surrounding domestic violence,... Continue reading »

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