Kate Trammell is an arts administrator, educator, and autistic advocate based in New York City. She initially began her career as an actress in her home state of Texas. In addition to her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Theatre with an emphasis on Acting & Directing from Sam Houston State University, Kate trained in improvisation at the ColdTowne Theater in Austin, Texas. While she was in Austin, she started working in public schools and private workshop settings as a teaching artist. After years of creating devised work with her students, she moved to New York in order to attend graduate school. She earned her Master of Arts degree in Educational Theatre from New York University. In addition to working in various theatre spaces as a performer and educator, she works as an arts administrator in Manhattan.
Other Teachers & Volunteers
Nancy Small is a Certified School Psychologist, Certified Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist, and Licensed Mental Health Counselor. She worked as a counselor to children with Special Needs at the New York City Board of Education for 30+ years…
Henry Gage Johnson has cerebral palsy and aspergers syndrome. One of his favorite things to do is acting. He has been involved in projects in New York City with the Miracle Project and Actionplay…
Anna Whitty graduated from Marymount Manhattan College with a BFA in Acting and a minor in Drama Therapy. She is passionate about improvisation, inclusion and going outside your comfort zone.
Stephen James Anthony
Stephen James Anthony is a stage and screen actor based in New York City. Born and raised in small town Minnesota, Stephen made the move east, studying drama at Syracuse University and at Shakespeare’s Globe in London, England.