Kristin Collins is The Artistic Home’s associate artistic director. She joined the company as an ensemble member in 2010 after serving as assistant director for the world-premiere of Jim Lynch's The Tallest Man. Kristin has appeared onstage at The Artistic Home as Sara in Watch on the Rhine, Madelynne in Beaten, June in Marisol, Miss Lucy in Sweet Bird of Youth and Tina in Memories from Dreamland, which was featured in Cut to the Chase: Primetime. In 2013, she was nominated for a Non-Equity Jeff Award for Principal Actress in a Play for her portrayal of Theresa Bedell in Boy Gets Girl at Raven Theatre. Most recently, she appeard as Sally Truman in Eclipse Theatre’s Lips Together, Teeth Apart. Other theatre credits include Mary Maude in Vieux Carre and Laura in the world-premiere of Dating Walter Dante at Raven Theatre, Jackie in the world-premiere The Killing of Michael X: A New Film by Celia Wallace at Jackalope Theatre, Beth in the Midwest premiere of The Mistakes Madeline Made at LiveWire Chicago, Sam in the midwest premiere of Neil LaBute's Some Girl(s) at Profiles Theatre, Colleen in Dinner for Six at Metropolis Performing Arts Centre and Catherine in Proof at Alchemy Theatre, where she was a company member. She can be seen next in a still untitled Scott Woldman world-premiere play at The Artistic Home.