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about MK

   |   They/them pronouns   |  

I identify as a non-binary, queer Quaker, born in unceded Pennacook territory near what is now called Walden Pond. I grew up with New England accents and a good mess of cousins. I come from women who are scientists and computer technicians who worked hard to stay working. I come from Scandinavians who lived through World War II and never much liked to talk about it.

In the mid 2000s I moved to Paris and learned a bit about other styles of resistance, of poetry, of comradeship. 

In 2008 I settled in Lenapehoking and started making art in the hope of a revolution.

I am still hopeful.

Teaching experience

University of the Arts

Senior Lecturer  |   Intermediate Playwriting   |   2020 - present

Senior Lecturer   |   Neutral Mask   |   2017

Guest Artist   |   Collaboration   |   2017 - 2019

Washington College

Guest Artist  |   Applied Mechanics Theater Company   |   2017

Guest Artist   |   Bearded Ladies Cabaret   |   2015

Haverford College

Friend In Residence   |   2018


L'Ecole Internationale de Théâtre Jacques Lecoq  |   2006-2008  

Kenyon College   |   Class of 2003   |  BA Theater

Phillips Exeter Academy   |   Class of 1999

Special Skills

I am trained as a physical theater performer in mime, movement, clown and mask.

I've done a lot with puppets. I organize protests. I have been doing grantwriting and development for multiple non-profits for over 10 years. I sing often in cabarets, sometimes in musicals and once, to my delight, in an opera. I am an amateur musician with an enthusiasm for drums. I speak French.

I know a lot about Napoleon for no good reason.

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