I'm Writing to You Today

Created and Narrated by Ann Kreitman
Original Music and Sound Design by Keegan Konsor
Sound Engineering by Jivani Rodriguez
Mailbox Design and Construction by Alastair Sigala Ramirez
Quilt Design and Construction by Kaelen Novak

Letters Voiced By:
Meredith Alexander
Aiden M. Bettine
Linh Pham
Arlo Schneider
Crystal Stewart
Brett Stone

Keegan Konsor is a fine young man. He studies communication, music, and theatre arts here at the University of Iowa. Academia isn't all he's got, though! Keegan is also a solo musician with multiple songs released on several streaming platforms. He works in sound design in multiple forms and dibble dabbles in video production. Not to mention, he's captain of the improv team, The Paperback Rhinos! In his free time, he likes to listen to old records, meditate, talk about his feelings, jog (slowly), and eat food that's hopefully good for him. Thanks for your time!

Ann Kreitman is a first-year MFA in directing candidate and a Gender, Women's, and Sexuality Studies Certificate candidate. Ann has presented work in Chicago, New York City, and Philadelphia, and specializes in creating original theatrical events with a focus on lesbian and queer history-telling and mythmaking. Her portfolio can be viewed at annkreitman.com. In addition to her theatrical work, she serves as the Social Media Coordinator for the LGBTQ Iowa Archives and Library.

Kaelen Novak is a first-year MFA student pursuing costume and scenic design here at the University of Iowa. They recently costumed productions of Effective and An Unsettled Body at the University of Iowa, a visual album for Southeastern Louisiana University, Slips Away, and a documentary of the process, The Play That Never Opened. They are excited to start on full productions again and looks forward to designing more for UI in the future and to explore this new world of theatre.

Alastair Sigala Ramirez was born and raised in Amarillo, TX. He received his Associates in Theatre from Amarillo College and his BAfrom Texas Wesleyan University. He is a first-year design graduate focusing on costumes and lighting design. Previous work with the University of Iowa includes lighting design for A Plant and Generation Candyland: A Fable, as well as costume design for 6 by 6: Collected Perspectives on Social Justice.

Jivani Rodriguez is a fourth-year theatre arts major with a foot in many doors (acting, playwriting, directing, stand-up (that's at least four feet!)). Her previous sound editing work can be heard on theatre podcast Playing on Air's episode HOW TO BE A WIDOW.