Kristin Rose Kelly

Administration, Education Director

Kristin Rose Kelly (she/her/hers) is a director, documentary playwright, and teaching artist. Original work includes: Momologues (Fresh Fruit Festival):a queer maternal documentary play, Big Kitty in the Big City (The Tank): a fat liberation cabaret, Duets of Difference (University Settlement): a dance-theatre piece exploring disparate community identities, A Chip On Her Shoulder: a documentary play about women in Engineering (NYU,Columbia University, City, Queens, and Brooklyng College). She is currently working on a documentary play about midwives and labor and an anthology film about suburbia. Kristin received her MFA in Directing and Public Dialogue from Virginia Tech. As a Teaching Artist, Kristin has worked with Verbatim Performance Lab at NYU, Queering Education Research Institute, Village Wholehearted Community School, YM & YWHA of Washington Heights, and Creative Arts Team. She is thrilled to be joining the BAL leadership team. Kristin has directed many memorable BAL productions including Alice in Wonderland and Little of Shop of Horrors in Prospect Park and The Wizard of Oz and Seussical Jr. at The Mark O’Donnell Theater and Brooklyn School of Music. BAL has been an artistic home since 2014. Kristin is honored to continue to build community with amazing artists and young people.