MFA Acting Candidate
Originally from, Auburn, WA, Kathryn Stahl has worked as an actor and director for several theatre companies in the south Puget Sound area. She has spent the past two years in Nebraska, working for The Omaha Children's Theater Company at The Rose as an actor, director and teaching artist, focusing on students from at risk middle schools, students on the autism spectrum and other diverse populations.
In 2010, Kathryn earned her BFA in Performance Theatre from Central Washington University. In 2012 she ventured back to school and earned her Teaching Theatre K-12 certificate. Kathryn was named as one of the Top 10 Student Teachers of the year from Central Washington University.
Recent acting credits include Butter Churn in the world premiere of "The Grocer's Goblin and The Little Mermaid", Actor 3 (Mercutio, Lady Capulet, ensemble) in "Shakespeare's R&J", Margaret in "Leading Ladies" and most recently as Goose/Aunt Edith in "Charlotte's Web." When not acting, Kathryn has a passion for teaching, devising and working with students diagnosed with special needs.