Campbell Duffy - Charlotte
Campbell Duffy is an actor, designer, and creator. She is currently in her senior year at Southwestern University. Campbell has appeared in many productions in her time at Southwestern including Heathers, The Wolves, Little Women, Everybody, and American La Ronde. She was also the Costume Designer for Bright Star in Spring of 2021.
Jaime Hotaling - Gayev
Jaime Hotaling is a creator, deviser, and an actress. She is a junior at Southwestern University, where she studies stage management and design. Her latest project was head lighting designer for She Kills Monsters at Southwestern University.
Dane Parker - Alfonzo
Dane Parker is an actor, creator, devised theater maker, and veteran in their final year of undergraduate theatre at Southwestern University. Recently they performed in Annie Jump And The Library of Heaven in Austin, Texas directed by Marcus McQuirter and Rudy Ramirez and as Miles in Southwestern's production of She Kills Monsters. They are SAFD certified in multiple weapons for stage combat with fight master Dr. Michael Hill-Kirkland.
Lilly Percifield - Danny
Lilly Percifield is an actor, designer, and creator. She will graduate from Southwestern University this spring with a B.A. in both Theatre and English. During her time at SU she has acted in productions including The Wolves, Everybody, American La Ronde, and She Kills Monsters. She was also the scenic designer for Bright Star and is currently designing properties for Sweeney Todd.
Oskar Brian - Invisible Helper to Campbell
Oskar Brian, a senior at Southwestern University, is a designer and a performer with interest in studio art and devising new works for theatre. They recently performed in Southwestern's main stage production as Tilly in She Kills Monsters, directed by Marcus McQuirter.
Harrison Ray Jones - Invisible Helper to Jaime
Harrison Ray Jones is a deviser, actor, and maker. He is a junior at Southwestern University where he studies performance and sound design. He recently performed as a puppeteer in Southwestern's production of She Kills Monsters.
Jessica Workman - Invisible Helper to Dane
Jessica Workman is a director, performer, and theater maker who has studied many theatrical strategies and the work of others and is working to create art relevant to the world we live in today. Some of her roles at SU include #25 in The Wolves, Director of American La Ronde, Lead Puppeteer in She Kills Monsters, and Mama Murphy in Bright Star.
JoBeth Eddings is an actor, director, writer, and costume designer who is involved in productions such as And Then There Were None, The Orestia, and American La Ronde, as well as the writing and producing of her own audio drama Venus Flint: An Angel Goes to War. She is no stranger to the stage and certainly no stranger to the world of hybrid theatre, and is excited and ready to start this journey with her new friends and professors in creating and producing GHOST Unit.
Ashlyn Zunker is an actress and designer. She is a freshman at Southwestern University, where she is double majoring in theatre and business. She performed many roles before graduating high school and won a number of State and UIL awards. Most recently she has done tech work at Southwestern for both American La Ronde and She Kills Monsters.
Sergio Costola - Head Producer/Dramaturg
Sergio Costola is a Corbin Robertson, Jr. Endowed Professor and Associate Professor of Theatre at the Sarofim School of Fine Arts (Southwestern University), where he teaches Theatre History, Dramatic Literature, and Critical Studies. He holds a PhD from UCLA and a BA Magna Cum Laude from the University of Bologna in his native Italy. He previously taught at UCLA and Loyola Marymount University. He is the author of Commedia dell’Arte Scenarios (Routledge, 2021) and Shakespeare in Succession: Translation and Time (McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2022) and has published articles on Italian Renaissance theatre, African American theatre, and dramaturgy.
CB Goodman - Producer/Director
CB Goodman is the Artistic Director and founder of Grackle Jack Productions based in Austin, Texas that specializes in creating new theatrical performance that incorporates disparate source materials, original writing, clown, bouffon, drag, historical events, and objects. Her work as a director, writer, designer, performer and puppeteer has been presented at venues in Austin, New Orleans, Charlotte, and New York City. Her current project, NOBODY is a one person show using puppetry inflatables, clown, music, and investigates those left out of religious texts.