Corey has designed and worked on productions for Cal Rep and the University Players since 1989. He has also designed scenery, lighting, and sound for shows at the Long Beach Playhouse, Newport Theatre Arts Center, the Sand Harbor Shakespeare Festival in Lake Tahoe, and Shakespeare by the Sea in San Pedro. On the weekends, he can be found at Disneyland working on Fantasmic! Corey has also performed in a dozen musicals and sung everything from classic masterworks and madrigals to barbershop and doo-wop.
A graduate of Los Angeles City College Theatre Academy, Darren is also an artist and semi-professional photographer. He has worked for the East LA Classic Theatre and Gothic Moon companies. Darren is also a professional drummer who started his own company, “Mr. Cajón”, specializing in Afro-Cuban drums that he designs, builds, and plays. Darren is also a member of Stage of the Arts, specializing in Afro-Cuban drumming and dance.
Eric Imley oversees all development, marketing, administrative, and financial aspects of Cal Rep and the University Players. Previously he worked in theatre management at theatres all over the United States including Actors Theatre of Louisville, Shakespeare Santa Cruz, Skirball Cultural Center, The Geffen Playhouse and A.S.K. Theatre Projects. He has worked as both as theatre consultant and projection manager on the construction of several theatres. Additionally, Eric was a key curricular architect of the MBA/MFA in Theatre Management. Eric holds an MFA in Theatrical Production Management from UCLA.
Peggy O’Neil-Rosales has been box office manager since the Edison Theatre’s first opening night on October 28, 1998.
Stephanie Losleben has been in and around theatres since she was 7, both on and off stage. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree at California State Northridge with a degree in Technical Theatre. Stephanie has worked in a number of area theatres, and has received two awards for her lighting design of Tainted Blood at the Road Theatre. Her passion has always been working with students, and she is very excited to pass on what she knows to the future students here in the department.