Art & Art History
Graduate Assistant, Arts Administration
Katrina is currently a first-year Graduate Assistant at the University of Connecticut, completing her MFA in Arts Administration. She is a B.F.A. Acting alum of Ithaca College and has spent the past 10 years working in multiple disciplines in the theater arts. Katrina is the former co-founding Producing & Managing Director of GF&CO in Brooklyn, an ensemble theater company based on the performance technique, OTOA™. She was the Production Manager for National Theater for Arts & Education, where she also directed several touring productions including El Barbero de Sevilla and The Story of Anne Frank. Additionally, she created and directed the Professional Performing Arts Scholarship Program with Connecticut Free Shakespeare, a summer theater intensive in conjunction with the City of Bridgeport and Workplace, Inc. Katrina has taught in theater programs in Massachusetts and NYC, is a proud member of AEA and is also a 500-hour yoga instructor.