CRAIG ANTON received his MFA in acting from CSULB last May and is thrilled to remain a member of The Cal Rep Company. In the past two seasons, Craig appeared as Rosencrantz in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, Dr. Royer-Collard in Quills, J. Robert Oppenheimer in The Love Song For J. Robert Oppenheimer, Ray in The Hyacinth Macaw, Viggo Schiewe in Night of The Tribades, and Joe in Waiting For Lefty: Seeing Red. Roles in other original productions include, Dead Bride Running,The Idiots, The Temporary, Girly Magazine Party and as Whistles the Clown inClowntown City Limits at The Steve Allen Theater (Los Angeles). He has also appeared as Marty in Bob’s Holiday Office Party for the past several seasons.
Craig’s television & film work includes Weeds, The Office, Entourage, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Everybody Loves Raymond, MAD tv, Dragon Wars, Bob’s Burgers, Workaholics, Phil of The Future, King Of Queens, Boston Legal, Ally McBeal,Careless, Deliver Us From Eva, The Sarah Silverman Program, CSI Miami, Santa Buddies and Nick Swardson’s Pretend Time, just to name a few.
Diane Robinson is an actor, director, producer and educator. Recent acting credits include, in the Midwest, ShawChicago, First Stage Milwaukee, Madison Repertory Theatre, Theatre at the Center, Nebraska Repertory Theatre, Victory Gardens, American Theater Company and Women's Theatre Alliance. Also in Chicago Diane directed for Madison Repertory Theatre, the International Theatre Company, the WTA, and the Bailiwick, and produced a play-reading series for the Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies. Other acting and directing credits include the Delaware Theatre Company, Seattle’s Hugo House, the Marin Theatre Company, Berkeley Shakespeare Festival, New Music Theatre, the Eureka, the Magic, Cornerstone Theater Company, the Mark Taper Forum, the Old Globe, South Coast Rep, Fabulous Monsters, LA Women's Shakespeare Company, A.S.K. Theatre Projects, and Theatre of NOTE. Diane has had two short plays produced by Cornerstone Theater Company. Diane has taught voice, speech, dialects, acting, movement, Shakespeare and playwriting at the University of Texas at El Paso, Second City, DePaul University, Columbia College Chicago, Northwestern University, U.C. Irvine, San Francisco State University, San Diego State University, United States International University, and the University of Nevada at Las Vegas. She got her MFA in Acting from U.C. Irvine and is a certified Fitzmaurice Voicework teacher and a member of Actors Equity Association and the Voice and Speech Trainers Association.
Costume Designer for Stage Film, and Television. Gayle received her B.F.A. from Chouinard Art School and M.F.A., with Creative Honors, from CSULB. She is a Member of United Scenic Artists, The Costume Designer’s Guild, and the Academys of Television and Film Arts and Science’s. Awards include Mademoiselle Guest Editor, Monsanto-Chemstrand Design Award, 2 Tommy Awards for Swimwear, and a Dramalogue Award for Costume Design.
Jody received her MFA in Theatre Management from CSULB. Credits include Kids Stuff Expo (co-founder, executive producer); Opera Pacific (associate director of development); Pacific Symphony Orchestra (market ing manager); Boys & Girls Club of Laguna Beach (Cultural Arts Director); The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (stage manager). Jody received her BA from California State University, Fullerton.