At Johns Hopkins, Casey Kaleba is a lecturer for the Master of Liberal Arts program.
Kaleba also is a theatre practitioner and scholar, with research interests in the intersections of performance and physical culture in early modern stagecraft, Victorian theatre, and Modernism. He has worked professionally for the last twenty years as a multi-hyphenate theatre artist, primarily as a fight, movement, and intimacy choreographer. His work has been seen throughout the Washington, D.C., and Baltimore areas, and nationally and regionally through tours and collaborations.
Prior to joining the MLA program, Kaleba was part of the Johns Hopkins Peabody Opera Program, teaching sopranos and tenors how to die while singing. He has also taught for UMBC, the University of Mary Washington, George Mason University, and Montgomery College.
Kaleba holds a Master of Arts and a PhD in theatre history and performance studies from the University of Maryland, College Park.