Hippolyta, Titania- A Midsummer Night's Dreamt
Calphurnia, Lepidus – Julius Caesar
Marti is the Community Liaison and Education Coordinator for Next Act Theatre as well a proud member of Actors Equity Association and SAG/AFRTRA. Past performance for Next Act Theatre include PERFECT MENDACITY and NO CHILD. Additional stage credits include: Milwaukee Shakespeare (HENRY IV, part 2), Milwaukee Chamber Theatre (WELL, AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS, BROKEN AND ENTERED), Renaissance Theaterworks’ (NEAT, THE PERSIANS, CRUMBS FROM THE TABLE OF JOY, and a reading of Tanya Saracho’s EL NAGULAR and Gwendolyn Rice’s THE GRIOTS), First Stage Children’s Theatre (THE NEVERENDINGSTORY, and readings of JACKIE AND ME, THE PROMISED LAND), The Milwaukee Repertory Theater (CLYBOURNE PARK, A CHRISTMAS CAROL 2012-2014, YANKEE TAVERN, TROUBLE IN MIND), Forward Theatre (IN THE NEXT ROOM) and UPROOTED theatre (BEAUTY’S DAUGHTER (Milwaukee, Chicago and Memphis), A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE, YELLOWMAN, CRUMBS FROM THE TABLE OF JOY, PINK CHAMPAGNE, JACK & JILL, HOODOO LOVE and I HAVE BEFORE ME A REMARKABLE DOCUMENT GIVEN TO ME BY A YOUNG LADY FROM RWANDA, THE PHILEDELPHIA STORY, MAN FROM MADISONVILLE, THE SUNSET LIMITED, SUDDENLY LAST SUMMER) and is often featured in local and national commercials and voice-overs. She appeared in the short film, SPARE CHANGE, as well as the web-series GETTING’ GROWN; both directed by the award winning film director Aaron Greer and Faith Flix’s COME FOLLOW ME and MARY, MOTHER OF GOD. National television credits include NBC’s CHICAGO PD.
Directing Credits include: National Project 1 Voice staged reading of TROUBLE IN MIND, (Ten Chimneys Estate), the staged reading of A LESSON BEFORE DYING (Duncan Entertainment Group), and the world premiere productions of Reginald Edmund’s SOUTH BRIDGE (The Broadway Theatre Center), Laura Lynn MacDonald’s THROUGH THE EYES OF JIM (Young Auditorium & Milton House Museum), and Caleen Sinnette Jennings’ HAIR, NAILS & DRESS (Tenth Street Theatre, Milwaukee) and IN THE RED AND BROWN WATER by Terrell McCraney in collaboration with Marquette University’s Theater Department. Most recently, Ms. Gobel directed THE BALLAD OF EMMETT TILL at Renaissance Theaterworks.
Ms. Gobel is a John F. Kennedy trained Teaching Artist who serves as Resident Teaching Artist for Renaissance Theaterworks and has taught her approach to Arts Integration locally, national and internationally.