Ajarn Chulachart Aranyanak is not only a teacher/specialist in the art of Khon Dance and Drama practice, but also Thailand’s well-renowned Khon performer/choreographer. He has performed and choreographed at the National Theatre of Thailand, Sara Chalermkrung Royal Theatre and for numbers of Royal Celebrations. In the present, he is also the Chief Instructor of Noh Dance Drama of Japan at the College of Dramatic Arts. About his works of creation, by far, Ajarn Chulachart had developed and created many new Thai classical dance choreographies, for example, Thai Warrior Dance, Rabum Asurabongse (Giant Charactors Introductory Dance), Rabum Kotchasri (Mythical Lion Dance) and so on.
He had been invited to give a lecture on Thai Dance Drama in many countries, such as the Philippines and Japan. Ajarn Chulachart was one of the chosen third generation artists, under the present Monarch Reign, to inherit the “Phra Pirab” Choreograph set, the most prestigious and sacred choreograph set of the art of Thai Dance Drama .