Traveling Players Ensemble has a student to staff ratio of 4:1, with each ensemble directed by a theatre professional with an advanced degree, aided by two assistant directors who have or are pursuing undergraduate degrees. Meet our faculty & staff!
Board of Directors
Charlie is currently a Partner at Strategy for Humanity, a consulting firm that works with mission-driven organizations and those who fund them. He brings expertise on strategic planning, program and institutional evaluation, program development, and communications and advocacy campaigns. He has two children who are currently Traveling Players students.
A middle school math teacher at St. Patrick’s Episcopal School, Beth’s expertise is in project management, operational efficiencies and marketing. Beth is also the parent of a Traveling Players alum, currently earning a BFA in Theatre.
Lynda serves as the Director of Development for a local nonprofit providing early childhood care. She is experienced in strategic planning, organizational development, and program and project management – working with diverse teams to correctly identify and resolve issues that help the organization succeed in meeting its mission. Her daughter performed with Traveling Players and remains in our community.
Virginia volunteers actively in the community and has expertise in fundraising and marketing. The mother of three, two of whom have been Traveling Players students, serves as Secretary of the Traveling Players board.
Anne is a teacher in the public schools and previously worked with a finance firm. Anne brings experience in finance, fundraising and marketing to the board. She is the mother of three, one of whom is a current Traveling Player student.
Robin serves in the capacity of Director of Development and Operations.
Jeanne serves in the capacity of Executive Director.
“One of the best parts of being a Board member is meeting first time families at festival performances. So many families are looking for a supportive kind community and when they find our ensemble theater, they know they have found something special. Seeing people realize what a gift TPE is for their family and for their community never gets old.”
— Board Member