David JudsonDavid, a critically-acclaimed, professional actor and director who works throughout the Bay Area, is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association. He is co-Founder of Pacific Coast Repertory Theatre and previously served as co-Artistic Director of Golden State Theatre Productions. He has served the regional arts community for many years; currently he is Managing Director of the Castro Valley Center for the Arts and Chairs the Alameda County Arts Commission representing Pleasanton, Livermore, Dublin and Sunol. He received his Master of Fine Arts (Acting) from U.C. Davis and teaches drama at Castro Valley High School. He resides in Pleasanton with his wife and three children.
Pat ParrPat has worked as musical director on over fifty shows in the bay area for Broadway by the Bay, Lamplighters, Golden State Theatre Productions and many other companies. He has received multiple awards including the prestigious Theatre Critic’s Award for musical direction of the Lamplighter’s production of Where’s Charley? Pat is well-known as a choral conductor, having conducted the Lesbian/Gay Chorus of San Francisco for 11 years, and is involved with the multi Grammy-award-winning San Francisco Girls Chorus. Today Pat heads the music ministry at St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church in Danville, CA.
Joy SherrattJoy, a native of the East Bay, began studying acting, dance and voice as well as performing in regional theatres at the young age of eight. She continued her formal training at U.C. Irvine where she focused on acting, dancing and directing. While there, Joy was asked to join an elite group of young performers to study in New York City with top directors and choreographers.

Upon graduating with a B.A. in Drama, Joy set-sail aboard the MS Statendam, performing as the lead vocalist for Holland America Cruise Line. Back on shore, Joy spent many years performing for professional theaters in national tours on both coasts. Some favorite roles include Sandy in Grease, Polly Brown in The Boyfriend, the Narrator in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Roxie in Chicago and most recently Cathy in The Last Five Years. Joy is a proud member of two acting unions, Actors Equity Association and the Screen Actors Guild.

Joy always had a passion for teaching and in recent years has focused her energy in this area. She earned an M.A. in Education at the University of San Francisco and currently teaches drama and physical education in the Dublin Unified School District as well as private voice lessons for students of all ages.

Joy’s crowning achievement was helping to create Pacific Coast Repertory Theatre with amazing colleagues. PCRT fuses her two great passions: education and performance. As a resident of Pleasanton, Joy looks forward to bringing both live theatre and arts education to the community for many years to come.

Scott Maraj Scott, well known as an actor, singer and director throughout California, performs and directs on stages all over the greater Bay Area. He has performed in numerous events at Disneyland and has sung as a guest artist for the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. He resides in Pleasanton, CA and works the day as a Senior Tax Analyst for Deloitte where he supervises client service teams in the U.S. and India.