Jay Parker is a stage director, playwright and actor. He is one of the founders of the 90’s comedy performance group: The Subterranean Lounge Lizards. ┬áLater he created Lizard Theater where the company toured schools and mounted productions in little theaters throughout Los Angeles. ┬áHe opened the first Lizard Theater in a small studio in Alhambra, then was relocated by the Alhambra Redevelopment Department to a retail shop which he and other theater members designed the Mosaic Lizard Theater. For over a decade he has taught classes and mentored students. He is patient and helps guide his students to the freedom of acting.


Cameron Parker is a alumni from the Pacific Conservatory of Performing Arts. He has been acting with the Lizards for the majority of his life and has had the privilege of teaching acting for over three years. Returning from performing at the SLO Repertory Theater on the central coast, he’s eager to meet his new students in Alhambra! Exploring voice, speech, movement, character, and intention; our acting classes will exercise the students imagination, vulnerability, and confidence. This class is structured to keep the actor present to any circumstance that comes their way on stage and to give the actor the tenacity to navigate those circumstances with purpose.