Lewis Klahr
Faculty, Directing/Screenwriting/Film
lklahr@calarts.edu
661-253-7862
E107

Lewis Klahr is known for his uniquely idiosyncratic films, which use found images and sound to explore the intersection of memory and history. Klahr's films have been included in The Whitney Biennial 3 times and screened extensively in the United States, Europe and Asia.  In May 2010 The... Continue reading »

Amber Larosa
Faculty
alarosa@calarts.edu
661-253-7853
E123-O

Amber is a graphic designer, concept artist, scenic designer, and educator with over 14 years of experience in the design and entertainment industry. She has worked in many facets of the entertainment and design industry – from themed entertainment, film, publication, and branding.... Continue reading »

Andrea LeBlanc
Associate Dean
Co-Head of BFA Acting
aleblanc@calarts.edu
661-291-3022
E123-2

Born in the heart of Cajun country in Lafayette, Louisiana, Andrea LeBlanc is an actor, teacher, and writer who is committed to all aspects of performance and thrives in pioneering new performance and theatre aesthetics; her experience spans Feature Films, Independent Films, traditionally- based... Continue reading »

Damian D. Lewis
Co-Head of BFA Acting
Voice and Speech Faculty
dlewis@calarts.edu
661-255-1050 x7908
E123-U

Damian Darnell Lewis ​is a 1998 graduate of The Juilliard School, and has been a working actor, director, and coach for over 15 years. He serves as the ​Associate Artistic-Director of Shakespeare Remixed, ​a ​TheatreWorkers Project ​production. Together, they have produced works for... Continue reading »

Rafael Lopez-Barrantes
Faculty, Voice
rlopezbarrantes@calarts.edu
661-291-3009
E111

Rafael Lopez-Barrantes, performer, voice teacher and co-founder of Archipelago Theatre France as well as Archipelago Theatre USA, has been acting, directing and teaching with the Roy Hart Theatre in France since 1974. His research in Traditional Japanese Performing Arts and Flamenco singing has... Continue reading »

George Lugg
Consulting Producer, CalArts Center for New Performance
George.Lugg@calarts.edu

George Lugg is a producer, curator, and consultant who has been working in the field of contemporary performance for 30 years. As a producer, he currently works for CalArts Center for New Performance and with independent artists Faye Driscoll and Emily Johnson. Recent projects include the world... Continue reading »

* Faculty Emeritus
Part-time Faculty
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