Kerri's teaching experience includes classes for Pacific Theatre, the City of New Westminster, RCTC, the Burr Theatre, and private coaching. Kerri is an actor, director, producer, costume designer, and sometime dramaturge as well as a wife and the mother of two small girls. She has an MFA in Acting from CalArts in Los Angeles and a BA in Drama & History from the University of Saskatchewan. Past directing credits include The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe (Pacific Theatre), Wolf At The Door (Pacific Theatre), and As You Like It (Shadows & Dreams). Her most recent acting credits include The Merry Wives of Windsor (Shadows & Dreams), 100 Saints You Should Know (Pacific Theatre), and Jesus Hopped the 'A' Train (Glass City Theatre – Jessie Award for Outstanding Production). Kerri has been working and teaching in the Lower Mainland for the past 15 years.
Research & Scholarship
- MFA Acting (California Institute of the Arts)
- BA Double Honours in Drama and History (University of Saskatchewan)
Acting, Voice, Dialects, Shakespeare