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Associate Artistic Director

Kayla Adams

Kayla is a Chicago based director, producer, teaching artist. Most recently Kayla directed The Artistic Home’s Jeff-nominated production of How I Learned to Drive. She completed a directing internship at The Artistic Home where she produced and directed for the annual Cut to the Chase Festival, assistant directed The School for Lies, and stage managed By the Bog of Cats Other directing credits include Wit (Fairhaven Summer Rep), Quality: The Shoe Play (Bellingham TheatreWorks), Office Hours (The Idiom Theatre) and The Aliens at The National Autonomous University of Mexico (Mexico City). The Aliens was part of Teatro UNAM’s annual international festival, and was later toured to KCACTF Region VII and the greater Seattle area. She acted as Assistant Director for The Summer Youth Theatre Institute (WA state), and as lead teacher and coordinator in the Bellingham Public Schools after-school arts enrichment program. Kayla holds a degree in Theatre Arts from Western Washington University. Acting credits include Rock ‘N’ Roll (The Artistic Home) and Pool: No Water (Witness Theatre Company).