» Rachael Lorenzetti
Lecturer

College of Performing Arts; Department of Theatre
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Biography
Rachael Lorenzetti graduated from California State University, Fullerton with a B.A. in Theater Studies, and a M.F.A in Costume Design in 2012.  During her graduate program Rachael costume designed several productions for Fullerton’s theater, dance, and music departments, including Chemical Imbalance, Equus, Footloose the Musical, and Engelbert Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel.  She has since then been designing and teaching at community colleges in Orange County, including Cypress, Golden West, Santa Ana, and Fullerton. Her design work at the various colleges include productions of Boeing Boeing, Romeo and Juliet, Spamalot, American Idiot, and eight dance concerts for Cypress College. Rachael has also designed for The Chance Theater in Anaheim, California for their productions of The Big Meal, The Boy at the Edge of Everything and the west coast premieres of Loch Ness: A New Musical and Claudio Quest. Rachael joined Chapman University’s Theater Department in the 2017 spring semester, for their production of Picnic.