Kathryn Alexander is an actor and alumni of the Atlantic Acting School Conservatory Program. She began teaching Advanced Performance Technique at the Atlantic in 2002 and has gone on to teach Script Analysis, Throughline, Restoration Comedy, Physical Comedy and Styles, and American Playwrights of the 1930s-1950s. Favorite theater roles include: Ariste from The Learned Ladies, Point Last Seen (Atlantic Stage 2), Three Women in Indecision (The Kraine Theater), God of 16 Acres (Atlantic 453), Ma in Happy Journey from Trenton to Camden (Atlantic Conservatory), The John Wayne Principle (The Ohio Theater), and Antigone (Nashville Shakespeare Festival) among many others. Ms. Alexander can be seen in the film Choke (Sundance Grand Jury Prize, 2008). Television roles include “Law & Order” and “Dickens in America” (BBC Scotland). She received her BA from Brown University.