Living and working between Los Angeles and her hometown of Sacramento, California, Lauren McLane has been enthralled by the emotion, connection, and creativity expressed through performing arts since she was young. A Communication Studies major and Sociology minor at Loyola
Sanna Rafalovich is originally from foggy San Francisco, California and loves calling sunny Los Angeles her home. She graduated from UCLA with a degree in Business Economics and minor in Accounting, after which she worked at Deloitte auditing financial statements.
Rosa Navarrete is a Writer, Actor, and Director. Her movement work is centered around storytelling and dance theater work. Rosa enjoys teaching all ages, allowing for sources of movement to emerge from choreography, storytelling, and the community themselves. Rosa's experience
Allison is principal of Ravenscroft Public Relations (RPR), a boutique public relations firm based in Los Angeles. This season, RPR has collaborated on publicity campaigns for classical violinist Rachel Barton Pine, the Rachel Barton Pine Foundation Music by Black Composers
Bradford is an interdisciplinary artist, educator and cultural innovator whose public practice has spawned projects and programs in Austin, Chicago and Los Angeles. Most recently, K. launched The Qosmos Projects - a post-drag performance spectacle and an LGBTQIA+ youth
Laura Karlin is the Founder and Artistic Director of Invertigo Dance Theatre, a teacher, choreographer, and movement activist. Since establishing Invertigo in 2007, Laura has created over 40 pieces for the company, including eight full evening-length works. Her work for Invertigo
David Mack has managed some of LA’s most innovative arts organizations, including: The Industry, Watts Village Theater Company and Heidi Duckler Dance. In addition, he has consulted for many arts and arts service organizations throughout LA, including: the City of