Kayt Roth is a director, actor, and writer with nearly 30 years of theatrical experience. As an actor, she has appeared in a number of plays and musicals, including iconic shows such as The Odd Couple (Female Version), The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, and Evita. As a director, Kayt has helmed challenging stage productions such as Noises Off, The Sound of Music, and A Comedy of Tenors, and wrote and directed A Drift in LA – a musical review that, amongst other things, allowed her to sink the Titanic. She is also an author and freelance writer.
Kayt believes that a theatre company driven by women, people of colour, and members of the LGBTQ+ community is a welcome and long-overdue necessity to create and produce new, exciting works that speak to not only what we are, but what we can all become.