Our People

Loni Berry

Founder and Artistic Director

Originally from Florida (USA), Loni Berry is an associate professor at Suan Sunandha International School of the Arts, where he serves as Director of International Studies for Performing Arts. He has more than 30 years of experience as a teacher and was the founding headmaster of Oakland School for the Arts in California. A director, playwright and musician, whose work has been presented at several regional theatres in the United States, Berry was educated at Brown University and the Yale School of Drama. Berry is also noted by Thailand Tatler as one of Thailand’s leading expats.

Saratsa Sasitvirarom

Something

Overseeing all design, both graphic and production, and all internet technology for the theatre, Saratsanan brings a unique combination of skills.  He studied performance and communication arts at Assumption University and later worked as a personal assistant and project manager for industrial musician and video artist Peter Christopherson.

Alisa Chalerychit

Director of Education

Alisa is passionate about coaching and teaching. She is currently a public speaking coach for international school students in Thailand. She is also a volunteer member of the Saturday School, a non-profit for disadvantaged school children in Bangkok, where she has an experience teaching group class in Public Speaking and Drama.

Alisa is a holder of multiple debate champion titles. She was also a member of Thailand National Debate Team, representing Thailand twice in Scotland and Qatar.

As a graduate from Brown University with a Bachelor’s of Economics, Alisa is currently the Chairwoman of Brown Alumni Association in Thailand.

Anupong Samala

Director’s Assistant

Anupong Samala graduated in Communication Arts (Performing Arts) from Chulalongkorn University. 

He is originally from Roi-et, in northeastern Thailand. 
He is fond of Thai folk and old style art. 
In 2012, he was an AFS exchange student in Italy, where he became more passionate about art, music, literature, and performance. 
Anupong was the director and playwright of The Confusion of Karma, which was entered into the Bangkok Theatre Festival 2018. 
He has acted in various plays, including Long Live Jit Poumisak, selected as best thesis production at Chulalongkorn in 2019, and will be performing in the upcoming Oedipus, The King.  
Anupong currently teaches acting at D-Dance Thailand School and Denla British School.

Board

James Bundy

Dean of Yale School of Drama

Enrico Colontoni

Actor

Sarah Clossey

United Talent Agency

Hossein Farmani

Founder and President of the Lucie Awards

Liev Schreiber

Actor and Producer

Acting Company

Duncan Allan

(South Africa)

Phil Blaze

(Switzerland)

Pope Bustos

(Argentina)

Matas Danielius

(Lithuania)

Daryel Jarman

(United States)

Sarinya Olsson

(Thailand)

Page Ploy

(Thailand)

Clement Phanavanh

(France)