Dr. Robert Lewis (Hons), 2017, is a Lecturer in Acting for Stage and Screen at the School of Communication and Creative Industries, Charles Sturt University in New South Wales, Australia. From 2004 – 2016, he lectured in the Theatre Program at Tasmanian College of the Arts, University of Tasmania (UTAS). He is a graduate of UTAS (BPA and PhD), Monash University (BA Hons), RMIT (Education), and NIDA (Grad. Dip. Dramatic Art - Voice Studies). His PhD focused on intercultural performance training aesthetics and integrative practices. He is a director, theatre maker, and voice/movement teacher who is passionate about integrating voice with various movement and physical theatre practices. He has trained both in the Suzuki Method and in Butoh. Robert has published theatre performances and training films through Contemporary Arts Media (Artfilms), and has written academic articles on the subject of voice/movement integration. He is Director of the Voice Theatre Lab and its associated company, Persona Collective, a performance group focusing on integrative practice and research.