KAELIN ELIZABETH FULD
STAGE MANAGER, ARTIST, COLLABORATOR
ABOUT KAELIN ELIZABETH FULD
Born and raised in New York City, Kaelin has been immersed in theater from a young age. She quickly found that the spotlight was not for her and through founding her student-run drama program in high school, discovered she thrived backstage. While earning her BFA in Equestrian Studies from the Savannah College of Art and Design, she was itching for the collaborative process of theater. Alongside her love for horses, she found her passion for stage management working in the performing arts department. During her time at SCAD she worked on numerous mainstage productions as well as many student-run projects with 3rd Act Productions and various peers. She found her calling in musicals and specifically in the challenge of developing original musicals from workshops to premieres. Kaelin's strength lies in her ability to facilitate clear and effective communication and ensuring the comfort and safety of her team. In her eyes, the most rewarding aspect of theater is the collaboration of a diverse team of artists with a likeminded goal of creating something where there once was nothing.
Since graduating in 2019, she has moved back to the New York area and worked in regional summer stock, educational theater for middle and high school performing arts students, and off-broadway productions. During the industry shut down due to COVID-19, she has focused on continuing to develop A Collective Artists Inc., a New York-based theater company she co-founded in 2019, focusing on radio plays and accessible, reflective theater in this new age.
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