Kerry McGee is a DC-based theatre artist. Her interests include ensemble-based work, audience integration, and classical text.
With dog & pony dc, she was a part of the devising team for Toast and performed in the premiere and touring productions. Kerry is the Project Manager for FROM: A You-Us History Project, a collaboration with Honolulu Theatre for Youth, worked on flip the berg with the National Building Museum, and was on the re-devising team of Beertown in DC. She also understudied (and will go on or went on, depending on when you are reading this) as the Mayor and the Archivist in Beertown.
Kerry is also a company member with We Happy Few Productions, a DC ensemble that focuses on classic work. There she directed and adapted Chalk, a piece inspired by the evolution of the Chalk Circle story, and acted in The Winter’s Tale. Other directing credits include The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity, Henry V, Dinner with the Devil (an original adaptation of the Faust story), and The American Girl Project (a two-woman show that Kerry also wrote and performed in).
Kerry is a teaching artist at Arena Stage. There she works with Voices of Now, a youth program dedicated to creating a dialogue between performer and community through poetry, movement, and personal stories and with Camp Arena Stage, teaching Shakespeare and movement.
Kerry McGee has an MFA in Theatre Pedagogy from Virginia Commonwealth University.
She spends her free time gardening, cooking, biking, wandering, and reading mystery novels.