Lee Isenberg  Artistic Director


Lee has over 28 years in theatre teaching and directing experience. She has taught and directed numerous youth theatre productions at Thomas Starr King Film and Media Arts Magnet, 32nd Street-USC Performing Arts Magnet, Art Theatre Entertainment School, California State University, Northridge, and most recently, the Green Room Children’s Theatre.  She was the Theatre Advisor for the Los Angeles Unified School District in which she wrote and received a playwriting grant for schools in the district.  Lee was the recipient of the Los Angeles Robby Award for her production of My Children! My Africa! and was honored with a Teacher of the Year Award by the Education Consortium of Central Los Angeles.  She has a Masters Degree in Theatre and a Masters Degree in Education Leadership Administration from California State University, Northridge.  Recently directed productions include: Number the StarsThe CrucibleThe Lottery, Mary PoppinsOliver!, Fiddler on the Roof, 13: The Musical, The Giver, You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown, and The Ice Wolf.   


Uma Incrocci  Production/Teaching Assistant


Stage credits include roles at regional theaters, off-Broadway, Actors Theater of Louisville, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and four seasons at Connecticut Free Shakespeare. She's appeared on “How To Get Away With Murder,” “Jane The Virgin,” Hulu’s new show “The Path,” “Bored to Death,” “Louie,” “Pan Am,” “Lipstick Jungle,” and “Chappelle’s Show.” Her strong background in children's theater includes eight years as a performer and instructor with Wildlife Theater at the Central Park Zoo and Bronx Zoo, and with their touring program in schools throughout New York City. She has a BA in Theater Arts from Pomona College. 

Dylan Bean  Piano Accompanist


Dylan is a real-life Schroder, happiest when he is at the piano interpreting music from the great classical composers. He is also a film composer and songwriter. He released his first album of songs in 2016 ("At What Point Did I Lose All Control?") and plans to adapt the album into a musical film. You can listen to his work on all streaming platforms, or by visiting