IN this sepulcher, we are fed
By Eli CampBell
Jacob Licht Photo


Jacob Licht is a fourth-year musical theater and screenwriting double major from Sioux City Iowa. Previously he was part of the regional premiere of the musical String (ensemble), Smile Medicine (various characters), and Something Rotten (William Shakespeare). He would like to thank the director and playwright for giving him this opportunity to work on this beautiful new piece you are about to see. He would also like to thank his friends and family for all the support they have given him along the way and hope you all enjoy tonight’s performance. 

Charlie Duffey Photo


Charlie Duffey is in his third-year at the University of Iowa, double majoring in Theatre Arts and Psychology. He is so thankful for the opportunity to work on such an amazing new play alongside such a talented group.  

Olivia Gould Photo


Olivia Gould (she/they, Flavie) is thrilled to be performing at UIowa for the first time! She has worked as an actor and music director in the Boston area, then received her Master's of Social Work and is currently a therapist in Cedar Rapids. Her favorite past roles include Gwendolen in The Importance of Being Earnest and Blanche in A Streetcar Named Desire. All my love to Chris, a partner in every way.  

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Samantha is a fourth-year student from Chicago majoring in English and Theatre Arts - Musical Theatre Track. Sam's previous Iowa credits include Something Rotten (Bea), String (Geneva), Ascend and reading of Pleasure Play (Gracie). Outside of Iowa, she has written and performed in Impractical Magic at the Laugh Out Loud Theater in Chicago. Sam couldn't be more thankful for all the wonderful people who were a part of bringing this production to life! 

*Undergraduate student. UI Theatre is dedicated to providing hands-on theatre experience for both undergraduate and graduate students.