Krystal Newcomer, Comptroller
Krystal studied at St. Phillips College and San Antonio College. She has worked as a Data Entry Specialist, Box Office Manager, Special Events Manager, and Marketing Manager for the Alamo Drafthouse. She enjoys acting, singing, and dancing and is especially happy to join the Woodlawn Theatre Team.
Priscilla Correa, Marketing Director
Priscilla Correa is a graduate of Our Lady of the Lake University, where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication with a focus in Public Relations, and a minor in Drama. During her last semester at The Lake, Priscilla interned for the Woodlawn's marketing team, where she enjoyed participating in marketing events and producing promotional videos for The Addams Family and La Cage Aux Folles. In January of 2016, she was brought on to the team as the Marketing Director. Priscilla enjoys working alongside a team of creative individuals and loves to promote the wonderful programs and productions at the Woodlawn Theatre. She makes up for her desire to sing and dance on stage by dancing Bachata and Salsa in her spare time!
Breanna Castillo, Marketing Coordinator
Breanna Castillo is a graduate of The University of Texas at San Antonio, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communication with a concentration in Public Relations. After graduation, she volunteered with the Woodlawn from time to time helping the marketing team. She was then brought on as the Marketing Coordinator at the Woodlawn Theatre in September of 2014.
Alejandro Pesina, Theatre Manager
Alejandro Pesina has been active around the San Antonio theatre community for eight years, performing, executing technical work, and teaching. Aside from working at the Woodlawn, he also serves as Vice President on the Board of Directors and works for Pippty Poppity Parties as "Aladdin". Mr. Pesina studied Fine Arts, Education, and Special Education at Northwest Vista College, received his theatre training in both Austin and New York, and is a certified Stage Manager. Before working at the Woodlawn Theatre, Mr. Pesina worked for Northside Independent School District and served as an Assistant Director for La Petite Academy. Mr. Pesina is excited to be moving forward in helping the Woodlawn and Academy grow and provide great quality Broadway productions to the community.
Charles Martinez, Theatre Assistant
Charles Martinez has formed part of the Woodlawn team since 2016. He graduated with honors and has an Associates Degree in IT Networking. Charles has worn many hats in the past and has worked for major companies such as Time Warner Cable, The Department of Defense, and PSR Security. Other jobs include Sheet Metal Worker, Assistant Warehouse Manager, Logistic Coordinator, Plasterer, and Electronics Repair.
Carla Sankey, Youth Program Director
Carla Sankey has been dancing since the age of eight. She trained in San Antonio, attended workshops and competitions across the state, and trained at The Edge Performing Arts Center. For 10 years, she worked as a performer, choreographer, and director for Six Flags and received national recognition for her work. She is a director of Insight Dance Ensemble, a competitive youth dance company. She has choreographed for many local theaters and received several ATAC Globe awards. She has staged theatrical productions and choreographed for concerts, musicals, and competitions for NEISD. She taught at the Joffrey Ballet Workshop alongside internationally acclaimed artists. Most importantly, she is the mother of a wonderful little girl!
Alex Valverde, Youth Program Assistant
Alex began working with children straight out of high-school as a Care Specialist and quickly found it was something he had a passion for. He went on to become heavily involved at the Woodlawn Academy for the Performing Arts in numerous Summer camps and the Eva’s Heroes program. Alex has also stage managed and performed in many main-stage productions at the theatre, including Carrie the Musical, Mary Poppins, Memphis, The Little Mermaid, and Evita. He is honored and excited to provide quality theatre to a community hungry for the arts.