Charles Zito

Chuck is both playwright and mystery writer. Along with works that have appeared on stage in various cities, he is the author of the Nicky D’Amico Mysteries. He has served as the Executive Artistic Director of the Diversionary Theatre in San Diego and is a graduate of Carnegie-Mellon University.

Rodney “Rhoda” Taylor

Rodney founded Left Coast Theatre Co. to provide LGBT theatrical artists a means for their work to reach a broader audience in order for their voice to be heard. He has written the short plays, Baby Christina, P.S. I Love You, Motherly Advice and My Fairy Godmothers.

Richard Sargent

Richard – actor, director, manager, writer, producer, you get the idea – moved to SF from New York City, where he focused mainly on a film and commercial career. After a few months in SF, he was dying to get back on stage. He became part of the LCTC family in the winter of 2013 […]

James A. Martin

Jim runs LCTC’s playwriting workshop. Since 2011, Martin’s short plays have been featured in nine LCTC and Pegasus Theater Company productions. His most recent plays were Gaybola (part of LCTC’s Screaming Queens) and Disruptified (from LCTC’s San Francisco, Here I Come!). Find out more about the very talented Mr. Martin on his website.

Chris Maltby

Chris Maltby is one of the founding members of LCTC as well as a founding member of the LCTC Board. Chris is a native of Seattle, WA, and a two-time graduate of the University of Washington. He earned his BA in Communications and returned for his MBA several years later. Since his graduation(s), Chris has moved […]

Neil Higgins

Neil is an actor, writer, and director who has been making theatre in San Francisco for over 10 years. He graduated from SF State with BAs in Theatre and English Lit., and has since worked with several companies in San Francisco. He has worked with Left Coast since 2015 and is thrilled to be part […]

Terry Maloney Haley

Terry Maloney Haley has written several short plays for Left Coast, including “The Fierce,” “Stewart James,” and “Falling.” He received his MFA in playwriting a from UC Davis a hundred years ago and wrote for television after that.

Erica Andracchio

I like to think of myself as “a woman with many hats”. I am always busy, and if I’m not I’m bored. I’m not only an actress but a stage manager as well with Left Coast Theatre Company in San Francisco. I’ve also started a journey as a playwright with Left Coast and hoping to […]