Inside ATC Artist: Kathryn Kellner Brown

Kathryn Kellner Brown

returns to ATC, where she played various characters in King Charles III (dir. Matt August). Regional theatre credits with the Rogue Theatre include Marquesa De Montemayor in The Bridge of San Luis Rey; Mrs. Alexander and others in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night; Lady Croom in Arcadia; Librarian and others in Middletown, Dawn in Jerusalem; Gertrude in Hamlet; Queen Margaret in Richard III; Paulina in The Winter’s Tale; Mrs. Anne Putman in The Crucible; and Mrs. Sarti in Galileo. She also played Queen Eleanor in King John (Southwest Shakespeare Company), and Teacher in Defying Gravity and Rosanne in Brilliant Traces (Invisible Theatre). Film/Television credits include Ethel in a selected PBS Film School Short, Bookends (dir. Dom Villarrubia), Mad House, Vanishing Point, and Desperado, and she was the featured instructor for a video learning series with the Human Communication Studio. Kellner’s early training included the Royal National Studio, London. She is very grateful for the support of her family, which means that she can say yes to this wonderful opportunity. A special thank you to KSLB and E.E. Moe of Megaw Acting Studio.