Global Exchange Apprentice
Kimille Howard is a freelance director, producer, writer, filmmaker, occasional sound designer and a new resident director at The Flea Theater hailing from Carmel, Indiana. She was recently the Directing/Producing intern at McCarter Theatre where she assisted Emily Mann on the world premier of Sharyn Rothstein’s All the Days, Jade King Carroll on August Wilson’s The Piano Lesson and Stephen Wadsworth on Ken Ludwig’s A Comedy of Tenors. Other recent credits include: Pardon My French (dir.), Multistages Theatre Company’s Comida De Puta (asst. dir.), Not in this Room (dir.) for the 2015 Fire This Time Festival, Where We Flounder (dir. and playwright) at the Manhattan Repertory Theater, Byrony Lavery’s Frozen (producer with Cornice Productions), The French Theatrical Foundation’s national tour of Molière Malgré Moi (associate producer), Boot Camp (dir.), The Other Mozart (associate producer), Partly Cloud People Production’s Dolores (asst. dir., sound designer, stage manager), Holy Land (associate producer), and various readings. She is also an admin/writer for artsincolor.com, associate producer of The American Slavery Project, and an associate member of The League of Professional Theatre Women. As a lover of languages, different cultures, and collaboration, Kimille is committed to developing work that creates bridges between different communities and uses the stage as a gateway to different parts of the world. She holds a B.A. in Theater and International Film and Media Production Studies from Loyola University Chicago.