The OT Operational Directors offer their expertise and talents as volunteers. 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.
Angie Hernandez – Artistic Director
Born and raised in San Antonio, Angie has a Bachelors of Arts in Film, Television and Theater from the University of Notre Dame. She has worked on stage and back stage at The Overtime since 2010. Some of her favorite productions to be a part of include Dr. S Battles the Sex Crazed Reefer Zombies: The Movie: The Musical, The Adventures of Captain Cortez and the Tri-Lambda Brigade, Flash!!! and Hell and Back.
Chuck Drew – Technical Director
Chuck Drew has been in the audio, lighting, and video industry for over 25 years. Recent theater projects include The Magic Flute (UTSA Lyric Theater department), Agarita projects, Ballet San Antonio (The Nutcracker), and various Art installations around Texas. He has won several Lighting Design awards at various theaters including The Overtime Theater from the Alamo Theater Arts Council.
Gina Schneider – Production and Company Manager
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
Kurt Wilkinson – Promotions Manager
Kurt Wilkinson received BAs in both Acting/Directing and Media Studies from Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi. Kurt has performed in multiple shows at The Overtime and directed a show at The Overtime since 2019 when he moved back to his hometown of San Antonio. As someone born with osteogenesis imperfecta, Kurt hopes that his success on and off stage proves to the world that people with disabilities are welcome to pursue careers in theatre.