Full Time Faculty
Part Time Faculty
Teaches TVFT 5281 Sound Recording/Design.
Josh Carlebach studied as an actor at SUNY purchase conservatory before falling in love with Comedia del Arte and leaving to study movement at Ecole Jacques Lecoq in Paris. Along with a international group of fellow students he went on to found The Flying Machine Theater company in Brooklyn NY. He’s had the privilege to develop work at The Public Theater and Soho Rep as well as tour nationally and internationally. Touring highlights include a stint at Teatro San Gines in Santiago de Chile as well as a six-week street theater project that traversed the island of Cuba.
In Spring 2018, Carlebach will be teaching TVFT 5142 Movemet II: Lecoq.
In the Fall 2017, the Department of Theater and Dance and the Graduate Studies in Television, Film, and Theater welcomed Anna Estrada from the Institut de Teatre in Barcelona, Spain. Ms. Estrada taught TVFT 5151 Voice I and TVFT 5300. She directed a Spanish and English Bi-lingiual production of Fuente Ovejuna by Lope de Vega, which featured graduate students alongside undergraduate students.
In Fall 2017, directed the world preimere production of Holy, Seductive Dance, which featured graduate students alongside undergraduate students. Ms. Mitchell adapted the play from the novel Anthills of the Savannah by Chinua Achebe. She is an adjunct professor in Pan-African Studies. Visit Ms. Mitchell's website. During Fall 2017, Ms. Mitchell taught TVFT 5300.
Michael Yurchak is an award winning actor, voice over artist and educator. Michael works as a Lead Teaching Artist for Shakespeare Center LA, Pasadena Playhouse, Center Theater Group, and Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum. He holds a BA from Colgate University and an MA from NYU and is a Certified Associate Teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework.
In Spring 2018, Yurchak will teach TVFT 5152.