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Steve Aston
Production Manager
Contact:
(562) 938-4279
saston@lbcc.edu
Steven Aston (Production Manager) is a versatile administrator in the entertainment field. At UCLA he specialized in arts administration and production management. He has worked professionally as a stage manager in every form of entertainment and with numerous celebrities and artists as well as for Academy, Tony and Emmy award-winning directors. Steven has worked at Long Beach City College since 1983 as Production Manager for all Creative Arts productions as well as teaching classes in theatre management. He has been Manager of Entertainment Operations for Knott's Berry Farm and is listed in "Who's Who in Entertainment." He has toured the Pacific Command for the USO and is familiar in theatres and entertainment venues throughout southern California but he is most proud of the many working Equity stage managers he has coached.
Anthony Carreiro
Anthony Carreiro
Full-Time Faculty
Contact:
(562) 938-4946
acarreiro@lbcc.edu

Anthony Carreiro is an associate professor in the Department of Theatre, Dance and Film at Long Beach City College . A certified sword fighter with The Society of American Fight Directors, he teaches several acting classes, movement and stage combat for actors, introduction to theatre and dramatic literature. Tony received his Bachelor of Arts from Cornell University in 1982 and a Master of Fine Arts from the University of Washington 's Professional Actor Training Program in 1985.

A professional actor since that time, Mr. Carreiro has appeared in almost one hundred television shows including recurring roles on Frasier , Sister Sister and Deadly Games . Tony was a series regular on the award winning CBS show: Doctor Doctor . He has done scores of television commercials and over a half dozen major motion pictures, including: Lethal Weapon II and Liar Liar . Tony has worked in regional theatres and Shakespeare festivals as an actor, director and fight choreographer up and down the West Coast and in New York . He also teaches workshops on "Theatrical Combat," "The Busines of Acting" and "Acting for the Camera."

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Cathy Crane
Cathy Crane
Resident Costume Designer
Contact:
(562) 938-4279
ccranemccoy@lbcc.edu

Cathy Crane launched her career in Theatre in Columbus , Ohio working with costume designer, Dick Frank, on Miss America pageant costumes. She relocated to California where she earned her MFA degree in Costume Design at California Institute of the Arts in 1984. Long Beach City College snatched her from unemployment upon graduation and she has been a faculty member ever since. Favorite productions at LBCC include: "Amadeus," "Agamemnon," "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum," "Marat/Sade," "Royal Hunt of the Sun," and "The Robber Bridegroom." Additionally, Cathy has designed costumes for: Shakespeare Orange County , International City Theatre, Theatre West, Back Alley Theatre, Long Beach Studio Theatre, Globe Theatre, Los Angeles City College , Chapman University , CSU Bakersfield and CSU Long Beach. Cathy is currently serving as the Department Head of the Department of Theatre, Dance & Film.

 

  James Engelhardt - Adjunct Fauculty
 
  Matt Gourley - Adjunct Faculty
Hal Landon
Hal Landon
Adjunct Faculty
Contact:
hlandon@lbcc.edu

Hal Landon - During his 4 years at LBCC, Hal Landon has taught Acting I and Acting II, as well as directed for the Rehearsal and Performance (TART 49AD). He also teaches classes on acting technique and acting for the camera at South Coast Repertory. Hal is a Founding Member of South Coast Repertory, which as recently named one of the top five regional theatres in America by Time Magazine. He has acted in well over a hundred productions at South Coast, often performing leading roles such as Morgan in Orgon in Tartuffe, Scrooge in A Christmas Carol, Undershaft in Major Barbara, Prospero in the Tempest, and many more. Hal also appears regularly in television and film. His most recognizable film role is probably that of Ted dad in Bill and Ted Excellent Adventure and Bill and Ted Bogus Journey. Television appearances include episodes of Frasier, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Quantum Leap, Cheers, Murphy Brown, and many more. For more information look Hal up on the internet at www.hallandonjr.com

TART I Syllabus

 
  Sue Meyer - Performing Arts Administrative Assistant
  Esther Contreras - Performing Arts Academic Administrative Assistant
Gregory Mortensen
Gregory Mortensen
Full-Time Faculty
Contact:
(562) 938-4270
gmortensen@lbcc.edu
Mr. Mortensen is a graduate of the Advanced Drama program of The Juilliard School for the Performing Arts in New York City. He holds a B.A. and M.F.A. in both Acting & Directing, and is a Member of Actor's Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, A.F.T.R.A. and The Dramatists Guild. As an actor his Broadway credits include "MacBeth" at The Circle in the Square and "How It All Began" (which he co-authored) for Joseph Papp at the New York Shakespeare Festival, at The Lincoln Center for Electra & Orestes, The Ghost Sonata, The Alchemist, The Wood Demon and The Comedy of Errors. Regional Theatre credits include seasons at The Denver Center for the Performing Arts where he portrayed, Jack in The Impotanance of Being Earnest, Julian in Spokesong, Captain Bluntschli-Arms and the Man and Wilson- The Front Page. Other seasons include Stage West Terra Nova, Berkeley Shakespeare Festival; Hamlet, As you Like It, Henry IV, California Actors Theatre's Henry V , Scapino, Wild Oats. Colorado Shakespeare Festival; A Winters Tale, California Repertory, Tom Jones, Taming of the Shrew and Dylan to name a few. Other Seasons include The Barn Musical Theatre, San Jose Music Theatre, The Grove Theatre, Sand Harbor and The New York Public Theatre. His film, television,commercial & voice over credits include recurring and guest starring roles on Knots Landing, Remington Steele, Dragnet, The New Adam-12, The Deliberate Stranger, Safe at Home, The Munsters Today, Hollywood Chaos, Godspeed-The Gail Deavers Story, Dick Tracy, Punks, S.O.L., Murder She Wrote, A.T.T, Ford Motor Co., Disney & Miller Brewing Co.

Daytime audiences may remember him as Paul Stewart on Days of Our Lives and Martin Tyler on General Hospital. His Directing credits include, A Cry of Players, Indians, The Tempest, Trinity, Unexpected Company and three Columbia Artists national musical tours which he also authored The Americus Civil War Brass Band- A History with Music, The Dodge City Cowboy Band and The Riverboat Revue.

Mr. Mortensen is also a produced playwright and screen writer; some credits include, How It All Began, The Scoundrel, Hold-Outs, A Point of Honor and The Man in Blue.

His other related professional experience includes, consultant for Walt Disney's Beauty and the Beast at The Shubert Theatre in Los Angeles, Co-Producer B&B on the Arts for P.B.S., Producer for HCTV 26 Campus Collage, Producing Director for Shakespeare L.A.-98. Related professional teaching credits are: Lecturer and Adjudicator for USF/SUU Competition at The Utah Shakespeare Festival, Lecturer for Lincoln Center Outreach Program, Member of Tadashi Suzuki Classical Theatre Exchange, Guest Lecturer for Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Speaker- The Shanghai Drama Academy Cultural Exchange and Director/Producer for Kirti Management Young Professionals for seven years. Academic teaching credits include, California State University Long Beach, Long Beach City College,Cerritos College, Los Angeles City College and OCHSA. Mr. Mortensen is a four time Drama-Logue Award winner and Outstanding Graduate winning teacher for Theatre Arts & Communications from the International Communications Association.
  Tony Pearson - Stage Technician

 

   

 

Daron Sorg
Costume Technician
Contact:
(562) 938-4487
dSorg@lbcc.edu
 
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