About Kristen Holfeuer
Born and raised in Saskatchewan, Kristen works in Canada and the United States as a director, actor, choreographer, and producer. Directing credits include: “Beat” (Dixon Place), “Amy Surratt's First and Last (show)” (La MaMa ETC.), “Matchstick” (Persephone Theatre, Great Canadian Theatre Company), and “Bear” & “Alaska” (Short Cuts Festival). Kristen is the founder of Kamikaze Archive Theatre which creates and produces movement-based theatre in a style called "Glyphwork". She received training from the One Yellow Rabbit Intensive, Magnetic North Compass Points program, Luminato Festival Copycat Academy, the Globe Theatre Conservatory Actor Training Program, and Nightwood Theatre’s Female Director’s Summit, and workshops with Old Trout Puppet Workshop, The Grotowski Institute, Bedlam Theater, and East Coast Artists. She earned her BFA from University of Saskatchewan Drama Department and MA in Performance Studies from NYU Tisch. Kristen lives in Brooklyn with her husband and their little dog, Wolfie.
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