Meet the Team
Monica Ray has been a resident of Prosser since 2001. She joined the PCTC board in 2016, currently serving as Board President. She believes that providing opportunities for our youth to participate in the arts is critical as they establish their identities and explore their roles in our community. Monica has three children, two of whom have proudly participated in PCTC productions.
John Paul Estey
John Paul Estey is currently serving as PCTC Vice President. He has also been one of our directors over the past four seasons and has led our play selection committee. JP teaches English, Drama and Yearbook at Prosser High School.
Millesa Park was born and raised in Prosser. She received her Master’s degree in Business and currently works in the Healthcare field. Millesa has always been passionate about music and theater but did not have the chance to engage as much as she as a child and young adult. She is married with four children. As an adult she has seen her older children grow in their passion for theater and has watched their wonderful experiences in the local theater and with PCTC. Millesa looks forward to diving in and working with the PCTC board on exciting things for the town and kids.
Andie Slonecker came to the theater world through her daughters and nieces. She’s been a PCTC parent for five years, and a board member for four. If she’s not watching youth theater or subbing in the Prosser School District, you can find Andie reading, writing, running, or knitting. Her favorite musical is Les Mis.
Nathan Harris has been instrumental in helping with PCTC set design and building since joining the board in 2019. Nathan is also our resident safety officer. He currently teaches 4th grade at a local elementary school.
Jenny has been with PCTC since 2014 as a parent volunteer, a photographer, and occasionally a t-shirt designer. She previously served on the board from 2014 to 2016.
Robin started volunteering with PCTC when her daughter started attending PCTC- 11 years ago. She began as the lunch supervisor, a role she “held” for many years. At some point, not long after that, she joined the PCTC Board and served for several terms before stepping down to allow others to take part. She is pleased to be on the board again and is excited to see the positive changes and growth to PCTC. In addition to supervising lunch, Robin served as Properties Coordinator on numerous productions. She loves working backstage, assisting young actors, and seeing them develop their craft as they grow up with PCTC.
Scott McLaughlin joined the PCTC Board in 2022.