Kenzie Ross

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Kenzie Ross (Actor and Writer) originally from Kalamazoo, MI is a New York based Actor, Playwright and Speech Coach. She most recently completed an international tour playing Asha in, Blood at the Root, a new play by Dominique Morisseau (Arkansas Rep/The Kennedy Center/Adelaide, Edinburgh and South African Festival Fringes). Her short play Morning was first produced this summer in Mastodon Theater Company's "Pint Sized Plays" followed by a longer version in the New York New Works Theater Festival. She holds her MFA from Penn State University in Acting and her BA from Western Michigan University in Theatre Performance. Past credits include: Loves Labour's Lost (Rosaline), DOUBT (Sister James), From Up Here (Grace), Funk It Up About Nothin' (Hero), She Stoops To Conquer (Kate Hardcastle). Up Next she will join the cast of Blood at the Root again this spring for the New York Premiere at the National Black Theatre of Harlem. She is also excited to join Athena Theatre Company's 2016 emerging playwrites group, Athena Writes 2016.