The OT Board of Directors and Operational Directors offer their expertise and talents as volunteers, and actors and the production crew are paid stipends through audience donations. Our ticket prices are among the most competitive in the city, as we try to keep the costs down and the entertainment as accessible as possible. We are committed to building an audience with an appreciation for new, outside-the- box productions — an audience that will also support other local theaters and arts organizations.
Nicole Erwin – Executive Director
Nicole holds a BA in Music from the University of Denver and MBA in Ecommerce Management. She has performed with Opera Colorado and the Symphony Mastersingers. Nicole has appeared on stage locally with the Woodlawn, The Playhouse and The Cameo.
William Razavi – Artistic Director
William has been a member of the Overtime Company since 2013, and was named the theater’s Artistic Director in June 2014. He is a writer, actor, director, and dramaturg with a BA from Trinity University and an MFA from Brandeis University. “I can take any empty space and call it a bare stage. A man walks across this empty space whilst someone else is watching him, and this is all that is needed for an act of theatre to be engaged.” – Peter Brook, The Empty Space
Jess Tanner – Senior Technician and Social Media Manager
Jess has been at the OT since 2012. Jess can be found filling a variety of tech rolls in the Overtime, but is happiest in the booth. She has worked tech and design for many Overtime shows, including Port Cove, Beasts of Baverly Grove, and Sex Party. Her favorite Overtime experience was working with Scott McDowell as lighting designer and technician for season one of Queen’s Castle. Jess has been studying theatre tech and design since 2009, and the Overtime has taught her almost everything she knows. She is grateful to be a part of the Overtime family and experience. “I don’t want my life to imitate art, I want my life to be art.” -Carrie Fisher
Amy McDowell – Grant Director
Amy McDowell has been a volunteer at the Overtime periodically since it’s inception in 2007, from box office and concessions to stage managing. A grants director for a local nonprofit by day, Amy is happy to use her skills to support the Overtime and its mission to create theater for the people.
The Board of Directors
Julie Vaquera – President
Jules hails originally from Chelsea, OK, and joined the Overtime family sometime around 2007. Her day job finds her as a teaching artist at Say Si. Sis a second term Board member. She is well-known as the Director and Producer of The Overtime Cabaret, a job she finds to be a true joy. While she writes music, and was the co-author of the musical How to Play the Game, she also really digs tech, particularly lights, painting, and being a stage-hand. She has a three-way tie in favorite OT shows: Dr S Battles the Sex Crazed Reefer Zombies: The Movie: The Musical; Hard Bargain; and Buddah Swings.
Scott McDowell – Vice-President and Board Chairman
Scott has “been here since day one” and is a current Overtime Board member, having previously served as the theater’s Technical Director and Board President. His interests in theater are as a playwright, actor, and improv performer. He is a native San Antonian and by day is a firefighter. “This island of misfit toys makes beautiful theater.”
Gina Schneider – Secretary/Treasurer
Gina joined the Overtime Company in 2013 as a stage manager, director, and board operator. She is a native San Antonian and has a Bachelor of Arts in Theater Arts from the University of the Incarnate Word and Political Science from the University of Texas at San Antonio. “A society without art soon finds itself with nothing to pass on.” – Ming Cho Lee
Jana joined the Overtime Company in 2016 and is an actor and volunteer at the theater. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Teaching, working as a 6th grade science and reading teacher outside of the theater. Currently, Jana has no favorite Overtime production; she has enjoyed all of the productions that she has seen and been involved in! She believes in the classic theater maxim: there are no small parts, only small actors.
Carl is a “techy” and spends most of his days and evenings working on IT stuff for restaurants…and also The Overtime. He has owned his own business for over 12 years.