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Jessica Rothert is thrilled to be making her Tampa debut with Jobsite Theater. She was most recently seen at Michigan’s Howmet Playhouse playing Glory, Marvalyn, Hope, and the Waitress in Almost, Maine. Since graduating from Indiana University, Jessica has held contracts with the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company, the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire, and the Bright Star Children’s Theatre. Favorite past roles include Katherine in The Taming of the Shrew, Abigail Williams in The Crucible, and Claire in the one-woman show Why Is John Lennon Wearing A Skirt? In the Tampa Bay area, Jessica has appeared in staged readings of the new plays A Tennessee Walk and The 21st-Century Mystery Play in addition to winning second place in the local chapter’s National Society of Arts and Letters Drama competition. Boundless good fortune and love to my folks, family, and friends who are forever keeping me afloat.