A World Premiere
By MAX LANGERT
Directed by WILL DOUGLAS
ABOUT THE PACT
THE PACT is a play about family, pizza, climate
change, dating apps, and fringe religious sects...
in that order.
Natalie D. Garcia (Nancy): Natalie returns to the JP stage after a few years and is super jazzed to be
working with Will again! Their previous JP collab was Significant Other in 2018. Natalie has had the
pleasure of working with Bottle Alley, Different Stages, Street Corner Arts, Filigree Theater and is a
ColdTowne regular with her improv duo Mike & Ike as well as her group Pylon. When she’s not onstage
Natalie enjoys spending time with her lovely, supportive family.
David R. Jarrott (Glenn): David’s theatre credits span well over 60 years as an actor, director, playwright
and producer. He began Jarrott Productions in 2015, and this is its 13 th Mainstage production, along with
another 4 Digital Stage productions. In addition, David is an award-winning advertising and video
writer/producer/director and fiction writer. In a previous lifetime he was a television news anchor, as
well as a fairly popular morning radio personality and is a member of the Texas Radio Hall of Fame.
Jennifer Jennings (Susan): Jen is so grateful to be working with Jarrott Productions for the first time!
Favorite shows include Alabaster (Shrewd Productions), Wild Horses (Vortex Rep; 2018 B. Iden Payne
Outstanding Actress in a Drama; Robert Faires' Top 10 (+1) Theatre Riches of 2017; 2018 Austin Critics
Table Performance by an Individual), Storm Still (Vortex Rep), Terminus (Vortex Rep), Sing Muse (Vortex
Rep), Much Ado About Nothing (Penfold Theatre and Present Company), Agent Andromeda (Sky Candy),
The History of King Lear (The Hidden Room), and Still Now (Shrewd Productions).
Lisa Scheps (Carol): Lisa is Founder and Co-Artistic Director of Ground Floor Theatre. She is also the host
of the radio show and podcast, Off Stage and On The Air. Lisa has directed numerous productions at GFT
and has been named Austin Chronicle Best Director for 4 years running. As a performer in Austin, she
was in The Play About The Baby, House of Yes, and TRANsom. AND…she played the Camel’s rear end in
Oh Brother! on Broadway.
Hannah Schochler (Kiera): Hannah is a recent graduate from St. Edward’s University. Her most recent
production was A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and she can currently be found teaching acting and
creative writing classes with ZACH Theatre and The Paramount. She would like to thank her friends and
family for their continuous support.
DIRECTOR / ASSOCIATE PRODUCER
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR / PRODUCER
David R. Jarrott
PRODUCTION MANAGER/STAGE MANAGER
Isabella Anastasia Leigh
SCENIC & LIGHTING DESIGNER
AUDIO ENGINEERING DESIGNER
Natalie D. Garcia