Executive Board of Directors

President: Cat Imperato

Cat Imperato

Elected 2020-2023

I’ve always been profoundly moved by theatre’s power to transform and inspire, and earned a B.A. in Theatre after studying acting, writing and design at U.C. San Diego. I’ve worked with PSP both on and offstage since 2015, and have been a member of both the Artistic Committee (Education Function Master, 2016-2017) and the Executive Board. PSP has given me the opportunity both to rekindle my own love of theatre, and to introduce my family to the same creative and magical world that has been such an inspiring force in my own life.

VP in Charge of Volunteers & Hospitality: Jordana Wolf

Jordana Wolf

Elected 2021-2024

Theatre has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember, so when I heard about PSP, I decided to come to General Auditions in the fall of 2017 to maybe get back into acting a little. I haven’t left since, and I haven’t wanted to. And while I have done quite a bit of acting since, that is only part of what my experience at PSP has been. I have found a community of amazing people here, in this theatre tucked into the forested hills. As the VP of Volunteers, I look forward to continuing to build and strengthen that community. Our volunteers are such an essential part of PSP, and I want to make the volunteer process here as welcoming and rewarding as possible. For me, coming to PSP has felt like coming home, and I will work to make that the way everyone feels when they walk in our doors.

VP in Charge of Marketing & Communications: Adrienne Herro

Elected 2022-25

I’m thrilled to be involved with PSP, and am hoping to help bring live theater to the stage. I’ve performed on the PSP stage, seen several productions, and have served on the board for several months.

VP in Charge of Finance: Nichole Rousseau-McAllister

Appointed 2022-25

The PSP is such a special community, and I hope to continue to serve it in the role of VP of Finance. I hope to bring greater clarity and financial controls to this role.

I grew up on the Peninsula, and I fondly remember coming to PSP shows with my mom when I was a child (I can recognize several of the shows from the old photos that line the PSP hallways!). As an adult, it’s a pleasure to come back to PSP and help the back of house “wheels turn” so that our little theater in the woods can continue its long tradition of providing enriching live entertainment to the coastside.

VP in Charge of Grants and Sponsorship: Allison Berke

Elected 2022-25

Allison has lived on the Coastside since 2017 and is a big fan of both improv comedy and live theatre. She has performed with Coastal Rep (The Lion in Winter) and improv groups across the Bay Area including Un-Scripted Theatre, Pear Improv Troupe, and Pure Moxie Players. She loves seeing shows at PSP and believes that community theatre by and for the locals is an important resource. She is looking forward to putting her grant-writing experience to work helping to fund great and unique theatre.

VP in Charge of Patron Development: Pamela McKenzie

Elected 2022-25

Pamela has been performing “forever”.  She has worked with various theatre companies, including ArtRise, Capuchino Community Theatre, Coastal Repertory Theatre, Crystal Springs Players, and Pacifica Spindrift Players. She has played “Penny” in You Can’t Take it With You, “Mrs. Van Daan” in Diary of Anne Frank, “Mrs. Antrobus” in The Skin of Our Teeth, “Mrs. Graves” in Enchanted April, and “Faye Sugarbean” in The Sugarbean Sisters.  More recently, she was delighted to work with PSP in their outdoor staged reading series, playing a monkey in Words, Words, Words and “Anne Marie” in A Doll’s House, Part 2 – and learning a new way to audition, rehearse, and perform during the COVID-19 crisis. She is also a director, producer, and playwright, having directed Moon Over Buffalo and produced and performed her solo show Fat is a 4-letter Word (directed by Pamela Ciochetti) at PSP. Awhile back, she served PSP as Vice-President on their Board and developed PSP’s 50th anniversary celebration. Currently, she is part of the Shoestring Radio Theatre, and is honored to be back on the PSP Board once again!

Recording Secretary and Parliamentarian: Heather Skelley

Heather Skelley

Elected 2022-25

I first walked into PSP in the spring of 2016 for general auditions. During the callbacks I started talking with another actor and I said “it seems like everyone knows each other”. She responded, “yes, it’s a pretty small community”. My face must have fallen because she said, “but we love to have new people join us”. That was my experience that summer and it still is four years later. I am so grateful to join PSP and help welcome in other people who are new to theatre, or returning after many years away (like I was). I’m looking forward to helping PSP grow and thrive, helping out where needed and getting to know each and every one of you who are so valuable to our little theatre.