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Anna Kimmell

Anna Kimmell is an actor, educator, and theatre artist from Atlanta, GA. A graduate of Elon University with a BFA in Musical Theatre, she has performed in regional productions at RI's Theatre by the Sea, CO's Lake Dillon Theatre, VA's Mill Mountain Theatre, NC's Flat Rock Playhouse, AR's Arkansas Repertory Theatre, GA's Georgia Shakespeare and Theatre of the Stars, and on The Wizard of OZ National Tour, to name a few. 


As an educator, Anna specializes in musical theatre, acting, and dance curricula for students of all ages. She served as the Director of Education at Mill Mountain Theatre in Virginia, Arkansas Repertory Theatre in Little Rock, Flat Rock Playhouse in North Carolina, and the Wortham Center for Performing Arts in North Carolina where she developed and managed year-round theatrical training programs for all ages, designed and led theatre outreach initiatives, and directed and choreographed main stage, black box, and touring children's productions. Anna has also served as an adjunct and guest professor at Hollins University and the University of Central Arkansas.

Recent projects include...

  • Directing Footloose at Arkansas Repertory Theatre

  • Directing and choreographing A Charlie Brown Christmas at Arkansas Repertory Theatre and Flat Rock Playhouse. 

  • Developing The HEARD Project, a storytelling and poetry outreach initiative for teens in Central Arkansas

  • Co-creating and leading a series of theatre and music workshops for rural students in Los Andes, Chile

  • Directing a staged reading of Chelsea Clinton's children's book She Persisted Around the World.

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