Board Members

Desha Crownover (President)

Anthony Zelig (Vice President/Production Manager) has been involved with Coronado Playhouse since 2017, starting as the light board operator for James and The Giant Peach and quickly committing to CPH as the Resident Lighting Tech. He has worked on the lighting for every show since Little Shop Of Horrors, including designing A Man of No Importance (Aubrey Nom), Follies in Concert, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Bare in Concert and The Winter’s Tale. Anthony joined the Board in 2018 as Secretary and several months later took on the roles of Resident Producer and Production Manager.

Before settling in San Diego at CPH, Anthony lived in New York City where he worked on the original productions of Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Off-Broadway and Broadway), Full Gallop, I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change!, tick, tick…BOOM! and The Vagina Monologues, among others and was an 18-year volunteer for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. He also managed to squeeze in a 13-year career as a Personal Assistant and served on the board of New York Celebrity Assistants for 12 years.  He plans one day to write a book that no one will be allowed to read due to his confidentiality agreements.

Katy Skyrud (Treasurer/Managing Theatre Director)

Lenelle Wylie (Secretary)  is a newly elected board member at Coronado Playhouse. Lenelle is a San Diego native and lives in La Mesa with her husband and two daughters.  She teaches biology and coaches the water polo/swim teams at her alma mater, Helix Charter High School.

She is lucky to have performed at Coronado Playhouse in Little Shop of Horrors, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and in two cabarets. Lenelle adores the Playhouse and truly values the experience we provide for both patrons and actors and is looking forward to serving this artistic community as a board member.

Barron HenzelBarron Henzel (Member/Past President) has worked at Coronado Playhouse since the late 1990s. His first role was in Pump Boys and Dinettes. Since then, he has held several roles at the Playhouse. He produced A Chorus Line and co-produced Sugar, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure (Aubrey), TBLWIT (Aubrey), The Drowsy Chaperone (Aubrey), Cinderella (Aubrey) and The IT Girl, all at Coronado Playhouse. He designed and built many of the sets seen on our stage. He has also designed many of the visual communications including show graphics, posters and postcards for our shows over the last five years.

Favorite CPH acting credits include: A Little Night Music, Frog and Toad (Aubrey), Sleeping Beauty, Pageant, Much Ado About Nothing, Pump Boys and Angels Among Us.

Barron works with many of the theaters in town and strives to make our theatrical community strong. Other local credits include: Grease (OnStage)(Aldea Award); They’re Playing Our Song (Scripps Ranch); The Busy World is Hushed, Torch Song Trilogy, Handsome Men (Diversionary); Trolls, Miss Mcinerney’s Acquaintances (6th @ Penn).

Barron, when not at Coronado Playhouse, also works as an Art Director.

Joe Kao (Member) is a new addition to the Board of Directors at Coronado Playhouse. Aside from theater, he is a small business owner and has worked in many restaurant/retail establishments. He has performed at Coronado Playhouse in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and The Old Man and the Old Moon. Joe truly believes that Coronado Playhouse is one of the best community theaters in San Diego and is incredibly honored to be a part of such a creative and passionate team.

Ro HarrisonRo Harrison  (Member) has been associated with CPH since 2004.  She and her husband, Ivan, came to San Diego from England in 1978 and Ro became involved with theatre as support for Ivan.  She has assumed a number of roles including sound and lights, stage manager, property manager, dresser and producer (Dracula).  Ro has been a Board member since 2005 and assumed the role of secretary in 2010.  Her hobbies include orchids, cooking and F1 and NASCAR racing.

headshot_everettPamela Everett (Member/Associate Treasurer) has worked with Coronado Playhouse since 2006. She has been involved with Props and Set Dressing, has been a lighting and sound operator and often House Manages shows. Pam has created table decorations and the lobby decorations/cast picture boards for many years. In 2016, she became Resident Properties Designer for CPH. Pam has been the recipient of many Blue Ribbon and Aubrey Awards. In 2017, she was honored with a Star Award from the San Diego Performing Arts League. Theatre has been a long-time passion for Pam, she was initiated into the National Thespian Society in 1975. She volunteers as an Alumni Staff member for the annual California State Thespian Festival. In her “day job”, Pam is an Accountant and trainer for a major Funeral Corporation. Pam is the mother of 2 and will soon have 2 grandchildren.

Stacy MyCorn (Member) has served on the Coronado Playhouse Board for over five years and been involved with CPH for many more, including producing (Little Shop of Horrors) and volunteering her time for special events. She has been a small business owner in Coronado for forty years and is very active with the Coronado Cultural Arts Commission.

Jacob Sampson (Member) is a native San Diegan and has been attending shows at CPH since 2007. Jacob’s first production with CPH was Seussical (’16) as the set designer and he played The Cat In The Hat. His other CPH credits include The 39 Steps, Next To Normal, Richard III, Macbeth and The Old Man and The Old Moon.  Jacob has enjoyed the opportunity to work with CPH both on and off the stage.

After graduating with a BFA from Stephens College (Columbia, MO) Jacob moved to NYC where he worked fabricating props for theater and corporate events. His favorite NYC credits include Sleep No More, Fun Home (The Public) and Our Lady of Kibeho. For two summers Jacob worked in the prop shop at the Santa Fe Opera fabricating furniture and hiking in his time off.

Jacob is currently the Prop Shop Foreman at The Old Globe and is amazed and honored to be making a living creating theater in San Diego.

Marc Caro (Member)