Ronnie MarmoRonnie Marmo

Artistic Director & Cofounder

Ronnie has produced 30+ stage plays, including the critically acclaimed Bill W and Dr. Bob (which has enjoyed hundreds sold out performances over the last nine years), West of Brooklyn with Jerry Ferrara, Bent with Tyler Christopher, What the Rabbi Saw with Eva Longoria, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot and  Subway Series.

Ronnie’s feature films include West of Brooklyn with Joe Mantegna (available on DVD), Limbo Lounge with Tamara Braun,  Fish Without A Bicycle with Brian Austin Green, and Another Happy Ending. He also starred in the short film, Stage 4, filmed at Theatre 68.

Some of the plays Ronnie has directed include Bill W. and Dr. Bob, Love, Sex and the IRS, 68 Minutes, Saint Nick, Something About Something That Means Something, Life in Session, Resting In Pieces, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot and Subway Series.

Ronnie has guest starred on Jag and Young and the Restless . He enjoyed a three-year run on ABC’s General Hospital in the role of Ronnie Domestico.

He has also starred in over 30 stage plays including two six-month runs of the one man show Lenny Bruce is Back (and boy is he pissed). He toured with the Broadway National touring company as Tony/Barry in Tony and Tina’s Wedding.

For more information, visit Ronnie’s website and the West of Brooklyn site.


Katy JacobyKaty Jacoby

Managing Director

Katy was born and raised in  Orange County (and is proud to say it!) After living in Hawaii and going to school at Temple University to study Theatre and Broadcast Communications, she returned home to LA.  She has been in numerous theatre productions.  Some of her favorites are, Lost in Radioland (6 times!), Bill W. and Dr. Bob, Lovers and Other Strangers, Resting in Pieces, Romantic Comedy, Fathers Day, Italian American Reconciliation, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot and A Very Merry Happy Kosher Christmas (Wold Premiere by Mark Troy).

Her most favorite role was Roberta in Danny and the Deep Blue Sea, directed by Crystal Craft in a 6-month run of the first ever 13 by Shanley Festival here at Theatre 68!

Televisions credits include, Helter Skelter and American Dreams.  Recent film credits include, Pizza With Bullets, Leo and the pilot Stage 4. She was assistant director for Last Night in the Garden I Saw You.

For more information, visit Katy’s website.


DannyDanny Cistone

Technical Director & Cofounder

Danny designs the stage for most of the plays performed at Theatre 68.

Among those are What the Rabbi Saw, The Knights of Mary Phagan (NAACPAwardNomination), Bill W. and Dr. Bob, Love, Sex and the I.R.S., Boys Next Door, Lenny is Back (and boy is he pissed), A New War, Night Stories, Eyes For Consuela, BENT, and The Last Days of Judas Iscariot. Other designs include Dealer’s Choice, A Few Good Men (LA Premiere), Miss Margerita’s Way, Talk Radio, Hatful of Rain, Behind the Earth, Suicide in Bb, A Noble Exile, Chase Lounge, Search & Destroy, Speed of Darkness, Stories of Night Told Over, Twentieth Century, ‘Nami, The Lost Plays of Tennessee Williams (for the Actor’s Studio), On An Average Day, Office Sonata and Chew and Screw.

He doubles as Art Director/Performance Artist for the band Carbon 9 and the Hip-Hop dance crew The Groovaloos.

He also directed the feature fim West of Brooklyn.

More information can be found at Danny’s website.


Paul McGeePaul McGee

Gym Assistant

Paul McGee was raised in Boise Idaho where he received bachelor degrees in Education and Theatre: acting and directing. He served as the Artistic Director of the Boise State Theatre Majors Association as well as the artistic director of the Get Active Teen Theatre, working directly with the mayor of Boise to bring anti-drug/ alcohol plays to the youth of Boise.

Since joining Theatre 68 in 2006, he has performed onstage in numerous shows, including his favorite, The Big Funk, directed by Danny Cistone. He has also directed many shows, including The House of Yes, Nothing Lasts, and After Hours, as well as many of the company one-acts such as 7-Pieces of Tin, Cupidity, and Subway Series.

Paul has served the theatre as the Gym Coach, running the Monday Night Gym program since 2008 where he leads the company in a weekly “workout” as well as scene study.