Lopez was Sound Designer for the Colony's Second Stage Production of Incorruptible.
She attended Glendale Community
College where received Meritorious Achievement Nominations and Awards from
the American College Theatre Festival for Biloxi Blues, Johnny Tenario,
Britannia Rules, and Broadway Bound. For her work on Broadway
Bound, she also won the 1995 Kate Lawson Award for Sound Design.
In 1996, she attended University
of Connecticut, where she designed sound for Fortune of the Moor.
The following year, she transferred to the University of Victoria in Canada,
where she apprenticed under the top Canadian Sound Designer, Ian Rye, on
productions of Patience and Kilt at the Belfry theatre. She
also studied other aspects of theatre design with theatre and television
designer Mary Kerr. In her final year at UVic, Janna created the
Sound Design for the Masters project Measure for Measure under the direction
of Sakalas Uzdavinys.
Janna graduated in 2001 with
a degree in Design for Theatre. That summer, she interned at Millennium
Sound in Burbank.