An image of a village. At the top it says in green writing “Woyzeck All men shall die. That is no lie. For foe and friend. What starts shall end.”

Woyzeck (Bentley trans.)

An image of a village. At the top it says in green writing “Woyzeck All men shall die. That is no lie. For foe and friend. What starts shall end.”

Woyzeck (Bentley trans.)

by Georg Büchner

English Version by Eric Bentley

Directed by Roz Cramer


Woyzeck (Bentley trans.)” is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc.


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Charlie Nicolini (Woyzeck)(he/they) is a Senior Acting major. Charlie has been seen in previous UArts roles such as Buff Wizard in the musical video game epic ‘Overgrown’, Dolan in ‘Sometimes the Rain Sometimes the Sea’, and as a Pompeiian in Hallie Malina and Olivia Berkson’s ‘Buried’. All the love to Dad, Mom, Erin, and Suslow.

Delaney Ziegman (Marie)(she/they) is a Sophomore double-major in Film and Acting. Past UArts credits include Adrian in Nonmonogamy.

Sierra Stallmann (Captain)(she/her) is a Senior Musical Theatre major and making her UArts debut in Woyzeck. Rose Bruford College credits include Homestead and Trojan Women. Regional: A Christmas Carol (Hangar Theatre). Thanks to the cast and crew for making this such a great experience!

Dallas Jimmar (Doctor)(he/they) is a Senior Musical Theatre major. Past UArts credits include Myths & Hymns Dir Billy Bustamante and Polyphone Festival's Dear Mr. C written by Tidtaya Sinutoke and Directed by Marina Montesanti. Dallas wants to thank Roz and the entire production team for making this experience one of the best!

Gwendolyn Felton (Andres)(she/they) is a Junior Acting major. This is their second UArts production, their first being I Want A Country in the fall of 2021. Other past credits include The Seagull, Young Frankenstein, and Macbeth. Endless love and gratitude to the wonderful cast and production team of Woyzeck.

Adam Furgal (Drum Major)(he/him) is a Sophomore Musical Theater major. Past UArts credits includes Norton I. Endless thanks to the entire team of Woyzeck.

Kai Scott (Sergeant)

Larnel Satchell (Innkeeper)(he/him) is a Junior Acting major. Past UArts credits include A Winter’s Tale, Boxed: The Black Show. Endless thanks to his family, friends and supporters.

Garret Grimes (Apprentice, Barker)(he/him) is a Junior Acting major. This is his first time acting in a production at UArts and is very eager to perform the show!

Riley Mehrtens (Apprentice)(she/they) is a Junior Acting major. Riley is excited to be making her UArts debut in Woyzeck! Her roles outside the school include Mama Mia (ensemble), Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe (Susan), and The Crucible (Betty Proctor). She’d like to thank her sister and parents for their continued support!

Stevie Smith Ianettoni (Crony, Showman)(they/she) is a Junior Musical Theater major. Past UArts credits include "Sometimes The Rain..." by Julia Izumi, "Buried" by Hallie Malina and "Find Myself Here" by Juana Parral. Outside credits include "Without Wings" by Ilana Zahava Abusch (Philly Children's Theatre).

Liz Gagnon (Crony, Margret)(she/her) is a Senior Musical Theater major. Woyzeck is her UArts debut! Liz spent time studying at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting in NYC (2021) as well as interned for the new musical Heartbreak Hotel in Chicago (2018). Thank you dad for coming to Philly to see the show! Many thanks to the creative team for a wonderful experience!

Jordan Neff (Cathy)(she/they) is a Sophomore Acting and DPP major. This is Jordan’s second UArts show, her first being Cerebral (Lou/Keeper). Her most recent past shows include Into the Woods (Lucinda) and Dog Sees God (Marcy). Big thank you to my mom for your constant love and support!

Production Team

Roz Cramer (Director) is a Philadelphia based Dramaturg, Director, and Playwright. They are happy to bring you the capstone of their undergrad career after being able to create as a Dramaturg for “Dead Birds Don’t Fly” “I Want A Country” and “Sometimes the Rain Sometimes the Sea”, Directing “Look Up, Canyon” Assistant Directing “Buried” and, Acting in “A New Brain” “Summer of 69”and “Fuente Ovejuna”.

Toni Mitchelli (Stage Manager)(she/her) is a Junior DPP major. Other current UArts projects include Lighting Design for the Dance School's Fall Festival of Senior Works. Past UArts credits include Assistant Stage Managing Buried by Hallie Malina, as well as being a Lighting Designer and Production Team member for the School of Dance's Fall and Spring semesters this past school year. Other credits include Stage Managing for JUST SOLE!'s Soul Party, as well as a Production position for the American Dance Festival where she Stage Managed for Kimberly Bartosik and was on the Stage Management team for Shen-Wei. She is excited for this opportunity and offers endless thanks to Ms. Cramer for this opportunity.

Finn Powers (Assistant Director)(they/she) is a Sophomore DPP major. Past UArts credits include Ballyturk and Crimson Lit (Polyphone). Regional: Bakkhai (Edinburgh Fringe), Side by Side by Sondheim (Northern Stage), and Picasso at the Lapin Agile (Grange Theatre). Endless love to their grandmother; wish you could’ve made it.

Jaden Gines (Assistant Stage Manager)(he/him) Is a Freshman DPP major. Past credits: Moving Out (Playwright/Director) Violent Outbursts of the Restaurant Kind (, Playwright/Director) Tick Tick (Playwright/Director). His show Delivery Boy will be staged as a part of UArts 2023 Equinox Festival.

Cate McCrea (Set Design) is a scenographer specializing in collaborative development of new works. Off-Broadway: Corsicana (Playwrights Horizons, co-design with Lael Jellinek), The Collision/The Martyrdom (59E59), A Woman of the World (The Acting Company). Other work at Danspace Project, Ars Nova ANT Fest, New Ohio Theatre, the Tank; and with Little Opera Theatre of New York, Columbia University Ancient Drama, and the Drama League.

Mike Inwood (Lighting Design) is an Emmy Award-winning lighting designer based in Philadelphia. Past Philadelphia credits include productions with The Arden, Philadelphia Theatre Company, Theatre Horizon, Opera Philadelphia, and The Bearded Ladies Cabaret. Past NYC credits include productions with Playwrights Horizons, BAM, Signature Theatre, and Ars Nova., USA 829

Cybele Moon (Costume Design) is a costume designer, educator and visual artist. She has costumed over 150 productions across the United States at a variety of venues. Moon has enjoyed designing and creating for Woyzeck, and looks forward to future creative collaborations in Philadelphia, and beyond. More info here:

Mike DeVito (Sound Design)

Joe Britt-Simpson (Dramaturg)

Leah Walton (Intimacy Director)

J Alex Cordaro (Fight Choreographer)

Teayra Bowden (Season Dramaturg)(she/her) is a Junior Directing, Playwriting, Production major. Some past production credits include “Ghost Town”A Psychic Investigation Into the Death Of Someone I Once Knew, “Fat Muslim Girls” (PlayPenn), “I Want A Country”, and “Norton I”.


University of the Arts

David Yager, President and CEO 

Kikau Alvaro, Interim Dean, Ira Brind School of Theater Arts 

Aanika Allen, Assistant Dean, Ira Brind School of Theater Arts 

Krista Apple, Interim Program Director, Acting 

Amy Dugas Brown, Program Director, Directing, Playwriting, and Production 

Jacob Brent, Interim Program Director, Musical Theater 

Natalie Robin, Program Director, Theater Design and Technology 

Quinn Bauriedel, Program Director, Pig Iron School MFA in Devised Performance 


Nick Embree, Associate Professor 

Sarah Sanford, Assistant Professor 

Fadi Skeiker, Associate Professor 

Rob Tucker, Visiting Assistant Professor 

Leah Walton, Visiting Assistant Professor 

Madison Claus, Senior Administrative Assistant 

Lindsay Cram, Associate Producer 


Joe Fasciano, Technical Director

Troy Martin-O’Shia, Production Electrician 

LeVonne Lindsay, Costume Shop Manager 

Larry Fowler, Sound Practicum Instructor

Chris Haig, Technical and Props Practicum Instructor

Millie Hiibel, Costume Practicum Instructor