Cornerstone Theater Company

Ensemble

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Nephelie Andonyadis
Designer

Nephelie Andonyadis
Nephelie is a theatre artist and teacher, and a member of the Cornerstone ensemble. With a background in performance and architecture, she made the transition to stage design at Yale University’s School of Drama where she earned her M.F.A. She was an Associate Professor at the University of Michigan and is a Professor of Theatre Arts at the University of Redlands. She has worked with Cornerstone since 1995 and has designed either scenery or costumes for many plays with many communities across California, including Fellowship, Bliss Point, Café Vida, Jason in Eureka, Plumas Negras, Flor, Los Illegals, Sid Arthur, Boda de Luna Nueva and the touring production of California the Tempest. Designs at regional theatres include South Coast Repertory, Seattle Repertory Theatre (Public Works), The Getty Villa and CAPUcla (with SITI Company), Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Portland Center Stage, Center Theatre Group, The Acting Company, The Guthrie Lab, The Court Theatre and Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble, among others. She is the recipient of the University of Redlands’ Hunsaker Innovative Teaching Award and the NEA/TCG Design Fellowship.

Juliette Carrillo

Juliette Carrillo
Director, Writer

Juliette Carrillo
Director, Writer

Juliette Carrillo
For Cornerstone, Juliette has directed community collaborations Los Faustinos by Bernardo Solano (Watts), As Vishnu Dreams by Shishir Kurup, (Hindu community) Touch the Water by Julie Hebert (LA River community), Lethe by Octavio Solis  (seniors and their caregivers) and It's All Bueno by Sigrid Gilmer (Pacoima). Juliette was an Artistic Associate at South Coast Repertory Theatre for seven years. She directed regularly in their season and ran the Hispanic Playwright's Project, collaborating with Latino writers across the country. A graduate of the Yale School of Drama, she has directed theater extensively throughout the US. Some of her favorite collaborations have been directing the  World Premiere of Lydia, by Octavio Solis,  West Coast premiere of  Pulitzer Prize winner, Anna in the Tropics by Nilo Cruz, the World Premiere of References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot by Jose Rivera, and the West Coast premiere of Sam Shepard's Eyes for Consuela. She has directed for South Coast Repertory, the Mark Taper Forum, Seattle Repertory, Denver Theater Center, Yale Repertory Theater, Arizona Theater Company,  Alliance Theatre, TheatreWorks, Laguna Playhouse, New Jersey Shakespeare Festival, Actor's Theatre of Louisville an as well as workshops in New York theatres such as New York Theatre Workshop, The Public, INTAR and The Women's Project. Juliette is a recipient of several awards, including the prestigious National Endowment of the Arts/Theatre Communications Group Directing Fellowship and the Princess Grace Award. She also participated in American Film Institute's Directing Workshop for Women, where she wrote and directed her first short film, Spiral, which played in nine film festivals around the country and in Europe, garnering finalist recognition in several. She is currently developing a full-length screenplay and developing several theater projects in the Los Angeles area and nationwide. Plumas Negras is her first full-length play. www.juliettecarrillo.com

Sage Alia Clemenco

Sage Alia Clemenco
Manager of Community Partnerships

Sage Alia Clemenco
Manager of Community Partnerships

Sage Alia Clemenco
Sage began working with Cornerstone Theater as an institute student in 2007 in Holtville, CA. She has since been on staff for 5 summer Institutes, working as a Company Manager in Eureka, Pacoima, Fowler, Arvin and East Salinas. She recently completed the Master's program in Applied Theatre at CUNY School of Professional Studies in NYC where she was an apprentice in the Early Learning Through the Arts program at the Creative Arts Team. Sage has facilitated theater-based residencies with students from Kindergarten through high school and served as the Education Associate for Vital Theatre Company from 2011 to 2013.

Paula Donnelly

Paula Donnelly
Director of Engagement

Paula Donnelly
Director of Engagement

Paula Donnelly
Paula Donnelly began working with Cornerstone in 1998 as a stage manager and joined Cornerstone's Ensemble in 2000. Community-collaborations she stage managed for Cornerstone include Los Biombos in Boyle Heights, AKA in Beverly HillsFor Here or To Go?, a city-wide bridge show, at the Mark Taper Forum, Peter Pan in Cleveland, and Crossings at St Vibiana's Cathedral in downtown Los Angeles. She also was the stage manager for Cornerstone Ensemble shows Foot/Mouth (produced in multiple malls around Southern California) and Erik Ehn's Mary Shelley's Santa Claus. As a stage manager she has worked with Taper, Too, Shakespeare Santa Cruz, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, PCPA TheaterFest and other regional theaters. In 2003 Paula became Cornerstone’s Institute Director, planning and producing the annual Institute Summer Residency and Intensives. As Director of Engagement, Paula teaches and shares Cornerstone’s methodology, works to strengthen community relationships post-production, and to contribute to the expansion of community-engagement practices in theater. She helps imagine and implement engagement values in all aspects of our work. Paula loves the state of California, her home city of Los Angeles and the many people and stories contained therein.

Marcenus “M.C.” Earl
Actor

Marcenus “M.C.” Earl
M.C. first came to Cornerstone as a community member back in 1993 during the company's Watts Residency when he appeared in Love of a Nightingale and Breaking Plates. Other community collaborations M.C. has appeared in include Broken Hearts, For Here or To Go?, For All Time and the ongoing Beyond the Diagnosis, Cornerstone's partnership with Gilead Sciences, Inc. to promote HIV/AIDS awareness through theater. M.C. is a graduate of USIU San Diego's B.F.A. Acting Program.

Michael John Garcés

Michael John Garcés
Artistic Director

Michael John Garcés
Artistic Director

Michael John Garcés
Michael has been an ensemble member at Cornerstone since 2006.  Plays he has written for Cornerstone include Magic Fruit, the final, "bridge" project of the multi-year Hunger Cycle which brings together the many communities of the cycle in a culminating production; The Forked Path, a collaboration with Stut Theatre and the Van der Hoeven Kliniek in the Netherlands, which was performed at the Net Even Anders Festival in Utrecht and The International Community Arts Festival in Rotterdam; Consequence, out of story circles with students, teachers, administrators and parents in South Kern County; and Los Illegals, created in residence with communities of day laborers and domestic workers. Los Illegals was subsequently produced by Teatro Bravo in Phoenix; it is published in Theatre Magazine (Yale School of Drama/Duke University Press - More info on this Publication). Directing credits at the company include Urban Rez by Larissa FastHorse, California: The Tempest by Alison Carey, Plumas Negras by Juliette Carrillo, Café Vida by Lisa Loomer, and Making Paradise by Tom Jacobson, Shishir Kurup and Deborah Wicks La Puma; as well as the upcoming What Happens Next by Naomi Iizuka, which will be produced by the La Jolla Playhouse in association with Cornerstone.  Michael is a core member of the Living Word Project in San Francisco, where he has developed and directed three works by Marc Bamuthi Joseph: /peh-LO-tah/ a futbol freedom suite (premiere at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, subsequently at the Hancher and The Kennedy Center), red, black and GREEN: a blues (various venues including The Brooklyn Academy of Music and REDCAT) and the break/s (premiere at Humana Festival and The Walker Arts Center). He is also a company member of the Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company in Washington DC where he most recently directed The Arsonists by Max Frisch. Directing credits at other theaters include District Merchants by Aaron Posner (The Folger Theatre), Wrestling Jerusalem by Aaron Davidman (premiere at Intersection for the Arts; other productions include The Guthrie Theatre, Cleveland Public Theatre and Mosaic Theatre), and Seven Spots on the Sun by Martín Zimmerman (The Theatre @ Boston Court).  His full-length plays include south (Great Plains Theatre Conference), THE WEB (needtheatre), points of departure and customs (INTAR Hispanic American Arts Center) and Acts of Mercy (Rattlestick Playwrights Theater); as well as a solo performance, agua ardiente which ran Off-Broadway at The American Place Theatre as part of "Dreaming in Cuban"; and short plays include americanas (Mix Blood Theatre and MACLA - "DJ Latinidad's Latino Dance Party"), A Parable (Great Plains Theatre Conference), Grief (Active Cultures), hymn in three parts (Chalk Rep), inhabited and in the Zone (Red Fern Theatre Co.), tostitos (EST Marathon of One-Act Plays), on edge and the ride (Humana Festival), audiovideo (The Directors Project) and sandlot ball (Mile Square). He collaborated with composer Alexandra Vrebalov on the oratorio Stations, which received its premiere at the Rhode Island Civic Chorale and Orchestra and was also performed at the NOMUS Festival in Novi Sad, Serbia. Michael is a recipient of the Rockwood Arts and Culture Fellowship, the Princess Grace Statue, the Alan Schneider Director Award, a TCG/New Generations Grant, the Non-Profit Excellence Award from the Center of Non-Profit Management, is a Southern California Leadership Network Fellow and a proud alumnus of New Dramatists. He serves on the executive board of SDC, the national union for stage directors and choreographers.  

Peter Howard

Peter Howard
Actor, Playwright, Director

Peter Howard
Actor, Playwright, Director

Peter Howard
Peter Howard is a founding member of Cornerstone Theater Company. Born and raised in Massachusetts, he graduated from Harvard College with a degree in English and American Literature and holds a M.F.A. from the Department of Drama of the University of Virginia. With Cornerstone, Peter has performed in, written or otherwise collaborated on scores of productions in Los Angeles and around the country. As a playwright, his Cornerstone credits include Zones (an original, audience-interactive play exploring interfaith themes), an American Muslim adaptation of You Can't Take It with You (the first adaptation ever approved by the Kaufman and Hart estate), a bilingual adaptation of Lorca's Blood Wedding (Boda de Luna Nueva: New Moon Wedding), created for the small California agricultural communities of Western Stanislaus County, and Lunch Lady Courage, inspired by Brecht and set in the world of urban public school food service. His regional theater work includes productions at the Mark Taper Forum, Williamstown Theatre Festival, American Repertory Theatre, Yale Repertory Theatre, Long Wharf, the Guthrie, Woolly Mammoth and South Coast Repertory. In 2011, Peter received a Fox Foundation Resident Actor Fellowship for Distinguished Achievement. Peter also works as a teaching artist, director and facilitator of community dialogue in a variety of Los Angeles youth arts programs. He has served on staff of the National Conference for Community and Justice (NCCJ), where he created a series of plays for youth audiences that use theater as a springboard for dialogue on challenging human relations topics (such as immigration, bias crimes and the Native American mascot issue), and he has directed the participatory youth script development and performance programs of a number of regional theatres including the Mark Taper Forum (the Speak to Me program) and the Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles (Will Power to Youth).  

Nikki Hyde

Nikki Hyde
Stage Manager

Nikki Hyde
Stage Manager

Nikki Hyde
Nikki began her relationship with Cornerstone as a LA County intern in 2005 during the Faith Cycle Bridge show, A Long Bridge Over Deep Waters. Since then, Nikki has served on the stage management teams of over 10 Cornerstone shows, spanning the Justice and Hunger cycles, and the Institute Summer Residency. She has also had the pleasure of working for Center Theatre Group, Los Angeles Opera, Houston Grand Opera, Merola Opera Program, Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, the New York Musical Theatre Festival, among other companies. She is a proud Michigan native and a graduate of the University of Southern California.

Lynn Jeffries

Lynn Jeffries
Costume/Scenic/Puppet Designer

Lynn Jeffries
Costume/Scenic/Puppet Designer

Lynn Jeffries
Lynn Jeffries has been a member of Cornerstone Theater since 1986, and has designed sets, costumes or puppets for over 60 Cornerstone productions. Her regional theater work includes designs for Arena Stage, The Guthrie, Long Wharf Theatre, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, South Coast Repertory, and TheatreWorks. In an ongoing collaboration with puppeteer/performance artist Paul Zaloom, she has built puppets, dramaturged, designed, and puppeteered on numerous projects, including The Mother of All Enemies, The Abecedarium, The Adventures of White-Man, and the film Dante's Inferno. She has also performed solo shadow puppet shows in nightclubs with the neo-vaudevillian folk/jazz band, The Ditty Bops. Other recent puppet designs include Culture Clash's Peace at the Getty Villa, Project Wonderland and The Gogol Project at the Bootleg Theater, and To Kill a Mockingbird and Don Quixote at Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Lynn has won a Theatre LA Ovation Honor and a Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for puppet design; a Backstage West Garland Award and a Drama-Logue Award for scenic design; and a Backstage West Garland Award for costume design.

Geoff Korf

Geoff Korf
Lighting Designer

Geoff Korf
Lighting Designer

Geoff Korf
Geoff has worked professionally as a free-lance lighting designer for the past twenty years. His designs have appeared on Broadway as well as at many regional theatres including The Mark Taper Forum, South Coast Repertory, The Geffen Playhouse, La Jolla Playhouse, The Old Globe, Long Beach Opera, The Minneapolis Children's Theatre Company, Actor's Theatre of Louisville, Seattle Repertory Theatre, The Goodman Theatre and The Kennedy Center in Washington DC. Geoff first came to Cornerstone as the lighting designer for Rushing Waters in 1992. Since then he has designed more than 20 Cornerstone productions including: An Antigone Story, Los Biombos/The Screens, and For Here or To Go?I. Geoff is the head of the design program at the University of Washington in Seattle, where he teaches lighting design. He is a native of Southern California, and a graduate of California State University, Chico, and the Yale School of Drama.

Shishir Kurup

Shishir Kurup
Actor, Writer, Director, Composer

Shishir Kurup
Actor, Writer, Director, Composer

Shishir Kurup
Shishir is an award-winning director, actor, writer and composer born in Bombay, India and raised in Mombasa, Kenya and the U.S. For Cornerstone’s Hunger Cycle he acted in Café Vida by Lisa Loomer's, directed Seed: A Weird Act of Faith by Sigrid Gilmer, directed Love on San Pedro by James McManus and wrote Bliss Point. In the years before the Hunger Cycle he directed Michael John Garces' first play for Cornerstone, Los Illegals, wrote and directed On Caring for the Beast, was the lyricist for Cornerstone's Making Paradise: The West Hollywood Musical and directed Lynn Manning's The Unrequited in the community of Watts, Los Angeles. He has acted in numerous Cornerstone shows and has written over a 250 songs for various Cornerstone productions. The songs he wrote for the Medea portion of Medea/Macbeth/Cinderella, a production originally created, as collaboration between Cornerstone Theater and The Actor's Gang in 1998, was part of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival's 2012 season. Over the past four seasons, Shishir has directed Quiara Hudes,’The Happiest Song Plays Last and Water by the Spoonful Director at Oregon Shakespeare Festival. He has also directed and acted at regional theaters around the country to name a few: Playmaker’s Rep, Quantum Theatre, Lark Theatre, Silk Road Rising, The Cockpit Theatre, East West Players and Dell” Arte School. A few of Shishir’s acting credits for television and film include: True Blood, NCIS, Bones, Lost, Heroes, Sleeper Cell, NYPD Blue, Monk, Alias, The West Wing, Chicago Hope, E.R., Trigger Effect and Coneheads. Shishir’s theater awards and nominations include: TIME/A.S.K. Award (one of only six nationwide awardees), Princess Grace Apprenticeship Award, Kennedy Center Award, TCG/Alan Schneider Directing Award finalist, two time Herb Alpert Award nominee, L.A. Weekly Award, LA Stage Alliance Ovation Award nominee, Garland Awards, Drama-Logue Awards. Education: BFA, University of Florida, Gainesville. MFA, University of California, San Diego. His one-man shows Assimilation and Exile: Ruminations on a Reluctant Martyr (the latter a commission from Highways Performance Space) have been seen in countless cities and universities nationally and internationally, including Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Austin, London and Manchester, England. His essay “In-Between-Space” appears in “Let’s Get It On: The Politics of Black Performance”, published by the Institute of Contemporary Art in London. Assimilation is published by Rutgers Press in the anthology “Bold Words: A Century of Asian American Writing.” He was profiled in author Mei Ling Cheng’s book: “In Other Los Angeleses: Multicentric Performance Art.” His solo performance piece Sharif Don’t Like It examines the fallout from the USA Patriot Act and the disappearance of over two thousand South Asian and Arab Muslims. He has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Florida, Gainesville and a Master of Fine Arts from University of California, San Diego. His most profound, instructive and daily inspiration, however, is his daughter Tala Claye Ananya Perl Kurup.  

Page Leong

Page Leong
Actor, Director, Choreographer

Page Leong
Actor, Director, Choreographer

Page Leong

Page Leong has been a member of Cornerstone’s Ensemble since 1994, acting, writing, directing, and choreographing over 60 productions. As a performer, she has played at the Mark Taper Forum, Arena Stage, The Public Theater, Classical Stage Company, the Joyce Theater, A.R.T., LATC, Doolittle Theater, Getty Center, Long Wharf Theater, Pasadena Playhouse, MOCA, Actors’ Gang, Singapore Rep, East West Players, Highways Performance Space and in vibrant communities across Los Angeles and the nation.
 
Favorite roles include Medea in Bill Rauch and Tracy Young's Medea/Macbeth/Cinderella, Nina and Maddy in Alison Carey’s A California Seagull, Antigone in Shishir Kurup’s An Antigone Story, Olivia in Carey’s Twelfth Night or As You Were, Ling in Chay Yew's RED, Cosmic Clown in Murray Mednick’s Coyote Cycle, and The Therapist/Singer in Lisa Loomer’s Café Vida. She has garnered Dramalogue and Garland awards, and Ovation and LA Weekly nominations for her performances. Her recent film and television credits include Argo, Bourne Legacy, NCIS, The Fosters, Whitney, and Revenge, among others. She holds Bachelor and Masters degrees in Dance from UCLA.
 
Page directed Kurup’s one-man shows, Assimilation and Exile: Ruminations on a Reluctant Martyr, at the Mark Taper Forum, The Public, and Highways. She also directed her play, Afloat, Kurup’s Sid Arthur, and Suzan-Lori Park’s 365 Plays for Cornerstone, as well her short films Glimpse and Potluck, and Sigrid Gilmer’s short films, Head Trip and Long Term. In addition, she has directed readings for the Music Center and HBO, and co-directed Dan Kwong’s What No Ping Pong Balls? at Highways.
 
Other writing includes adapting her play, In a WORD, for HIV/AIDS communities in eight cities across the country. Her play, atTraction, in the Los Angeles Downtown Arts District, was featured on the cover of American Theater.
 

Ash Nichols

Ash Nichols
Stage Manager

Ash Nichols
Stage Manager

Ash Nichols
Ash began working with Cornerstone on the third play in the Hunger Cycle, Lunch Lady Courage, after stage managing for Michael John Garcés on an outside project.  Ash became entranced with the work that Cornerstone was doing as well as the city of LA, and decided to make the move from San Francisco.  Since then, Ash has worked on Love on San PedroBliss Point and currently the bridge tour California: The Tempest.  Ash has been a stage manager ever since discovering what the job was at the age of 14, earning a B.A. from SFSU in Stage Management (double major with Human Sexuality), while working as the Associate Production Manager at the University.  Fresh from college, Ash trained at American Conservatory Theater as an Intern and worked for several years professionally at ACT and around the Bay Area, including: Shakespeare Santa Cruz, Z Space, Shotgun Players, The Jewish Theatre, and Lamplighters.  Other LA credits include Center Theatre Group and the Bootleg Theatre.  Ash is excited to be a part of the Cornerstone family and looks forward to learning from each community, with each new production.

Bahni Turpin

Bahni Turpin
Actor

Bahni Turpin
Actor

Bahni Turpin
Bahni trained at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, and later at the Lee Strassberg Theatre Institute. While in NY she appeared in productions at Crossroads Theater, American Place Theater, New York Renaissance Festival, and also began her film and television career with appearances on Law and Order and in the films Daughters of the Dust, The Saint of Fort Washington, Rain Without Thunder, Getting In and Theory of Achievement. Since moving to LA Bahni has become a yoga teacher, and has had numerous guest spots on television including E.R., Judging Amy, Seinfeld, The Parkers, Star Trek Voyager and Girlfriends, to name a few. Additional film credits include Brokedown Palace and Crossroads. Bahni has also had the good fortune to participate in a number of theatrical productions in Los Angeles. She was awarded a Dramalogue award for her work in Mules at the Mark Taper Forum and has appeared in several other productions at the Taper. Just prior to joining Cornerstone, Bahni became a working finalist at The Actors Studio. In joining Cornerstone, Bahni hopes to cover some new ground and bring her work to more people in new ways.

Megan Wanlass

Megan Wanlass
Managing Director

Megan Wanlass
Managing Director

Megan Wanlass
Megan Wanlass most recently joined Cornerstone Theater Company as its Managing Director in January 2014.  Prior to moving to Los Angeles, Ms. Wanlass was the Executive Director of SITI Company in New York. In her tenure with SITI, Megan helped to create over 35 productions touring to 88 cities, 32 states and 19 countries.  She began working with Anne Bogart and SITI Company in 1995 during The Adding Machine at Actors Theatre of Louisville for the Modern Masters Festival.  She has an Arts Administration Certificate from New York University, attended the Executive Program for Non-Profit Leaders at Stanford University Business School, was a member of the Arts Leadership Institute Charter Class at Teachers College, Columbia University, participated in the National Arts Strategies Executive Leadership Program and holds a B.A. in Theater from Occidental College in Los Angeles. Megan currently serves on the board of Theatre Communications Group (TCG).

Co-Founders


Bill Rauch

Bill Rauch
Co-Founder, Founding Artistic Director

Alison Carey

Alison Carey
Playwright, Co-Founder

Past Members


  • Christopher Acebo
  • 2000-2006
  • Nephelie Andonyadis
  • 2009-Present
  • Tim Banker *
  • 1986-87, 1991, 1996
  • Gail Berrigan
  • 1987-1988
  • John Bellucci *
  • 1986
  • Michelle Blair
  • 2004-2010
  • Paul Bostwick
  • 1988-1989
  • Loren Brame
  • 1988-1992
  • Amy Brenneman*
  • 1986-1994
  • Gracy (Brown) Keirstead
  • 2000-2001
  • James Bundy
  • 1988-1991
  • Alison Carey *
  • 1986-2002
  • Juliette Carrillo
  • 2004-Present
  • Sage Alia Clemenco
  • 2014-Present
  • Benajah Cobb
  • 1987-1999
  • Jonathan DelArco
  • 2004-2007
  • Jarrin Davis
  • 1990-1991
  • Paula Donnelly
  • 2000-Present
  • Marcenus “MC” Earl
  • 2008-Present
  • Michael John Garcés
  • 2006-Present
  • Sigrid Gilmer
  • 2009-2013
  • Elizabeth Gonzalez
  • 2003-2004
  • Mary-Ann Greanier
  • 1988-1991
  • Raquel Gutierrez
  • 2010–2013
  • Stephen Gutwillig
  • 1988-1995
  • Peter Howard *
  • 1986-1994, 1999-Present
  • Alice Hutchins
  • 1989-1990
  • Nikki Hyde
  • 2010-Present
  • Lynn Jeffries *
  • 1986-Present
  • Bridget Kirkpatrick
  • 2000-2004
  • Geoff Korf
  • 1996-Present
  • Shishir Kurup
  • 1994-Present
  • Page Leong
  • 1994-Present
  • Donal Logue
  • 1989-1990
  • Janice Mabry
  • 1995-1996
  • Armando Molina
  • 1996-2003
  • Christopher Liam Moore *
  • 1986-2006
  • Andres Munar **
  • 2007-2009
  • Julie Marie Myatt
  • 2009-2013
  • Beth Nathanson
  • 1990-1991
  • Alejandra (Gonzalez) Navarro
  • 2005-2008
  • Ash Nichols
  • 2014-Present
  • Damien Teeko Parran
  • 1999-2002
  • Catherine Patterson
  • 1989-1990
  • Patty Payette
  • 1989-1990
  • Sabrina Peck
  • 1988-1994
  • Daniel Penilla
  • 2014-2017
  • Douglas Petrie *
  • 1986-1987
  • Debra Piver
  • 2003-2009
  • Adina Porter
  • 2002-2004
  • Paul James Prendergast
  • 1999-2002
  • Tali Pressman
  • 2009-2013
  • Bill Rauch *
  • 1986-2006
  • David Reiffel *
  • 1986-1991
  • Susan Rosen
  • 1987-1988
  • Miriam Schmir
  • 1988
  • Ashby Semple
  • 1988-1995
  • Jay Skriletz
  • 1990
  • Chuck Smith
  • 1990 - 1991
  • Sal Taschetta
  • 1988
  • Leslie Tamaribuchi
  • 1993-2001
  • Anne Tofflemire
  • 1990
  • Bahni Turpin
  • 2005-Present
  • Sal Velasquez
  • 1992-1993
  • Mark Valdez
  • 2000-2004
  • Shay Wafer
  • 2002-2007
  • Nela Wagman
  • 1987-1988
  • Megan Wanlass
  • 2014-Present
  • Molly White (aka Emily Herzog) *
  • 1986
  • Laurie Woolery
  • 2004-2012

** denotes “guest” status
* denotes founding member