Kelly Galvin is a director, producer, and teaching artist who is passionate about making theater that reaches artists and audiences of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities. She has been a company member with Shakespeare & Company since 2008, where she has directed Much Ado About Nothing, The Taming of the Shrew, Love’s Labour’s Lost, and the Northeast schools tour of Macbeth. She has served as assistant director to Tina Packer on Julius Caesar and All’s Well that Ends Well, appeared as an actor in productions including A Midsummer Night’s Dream, King Lear, The Winter’s Tale, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, and The Learned Ladies, and served on the faculty of the Summer Young Company and the Fall Festival of Shakespeare. Regionally, she has directed for Gloucester Stage Company, WAM Theatre, Boston Playwrights’ Theater, Southwest Shakespeare, Catskill Mountain Shakespeare, and the Theater at Woodshill. She has also assisted for the Guthrie and Orlando Shakespeare, received a directing fellowship with Asolo Rep, and completed internships with Arena Stage and the Huntington. Kelly is a Program Director at Community Access to the Arts in Great Barrington, an organization that nurtures and celebrates the creativity of people with disabilities through the arts. She is the founder of the rig performance collective and formerly served as an Artistic Associate at WAM Theater. She holds a BA from Wellesley College and an MFA from Boston University. Kelly lives in the Berkshires with her husband Ryan, an actor and fight director who she met in her first summer at Shakespeare & Company.