Teatro Korazon’s founder and artistic director (and co-creator and director of several of its theatre pieces) is a theatre director and tenor based in Los Angeles and Kansas City. His projects explore ritual, the ecstatic, and the numinous in widely different contexts from Early Music liturgical reconstructions in European churches to experimental ritual theatre and outrageous rock operas from Bali to Burning Man. Working as a concept creator, director, music director, and experience designer, he collaboratively creates new works and radical adaptations of classics to allow music, theatre, and dance audiences to experience art in new, interactive ways, inviting deep impact through wit, self-awareness, and a richness of layers and media. Educated at Princeton and California Institute of the Arts, he co-founded and was the original artistic director of the Art Monastery in Italy and The Alchemy in Los Angeles.
Korazonics’ co-creator and teacher is a pleasure activist, performance artist, writer, sex educator and healer who has lead sacred sexuality workshops with men and women for fourteen years. She does private intimacy coaching with couples and healing vaginal massage with women. She wrote, directed, and produced two theater pieces, The Tao of Sex and Bloodlines/Women’s Moon Stories. Her recent one woman shows, Riding the Dragon and Keep It Wet bring humor and the mystical to a woman’s sexual experience. In 2015 Lisa gave birth to the Women’s Sexual Mystery School, a year long immersion into the ancient practices and rituals of the temple priestesses. The Women’s Sexual Mystery School now has groups in Santa Barbara, San Francisco and Boulder. Lisa has studied with top teachers in her field, including Shakti Malan, Michaela Boehm, David Deida and Bodhi Avinasha. She has acquired extensive knowledge of Goddess practices through her studies with Ariel Spilsbury and the 13 Moon Mystery School. For more information on her work, see www.LisaCitore.com and www.SexualMystery.com