Kali Quinn is a facilitator of creative discovery, innovative storytelling, and physical play and has coached several circus performers on the creation of new work throughout the US. She is based in Providence, RI where she teaches clown, mask, and devising in the Brown/Trinity Rep Program & works as Stateside Faculty for Accademia dell’Arte (Arezzo, Italy). Kali has created two solo shows, plays violin, and has previously devised, directed, performed or taught with: New England Center for Circus Arts, MOTH Aerial Dance, Ko Festival, PS122, Duke University, Williams College, McDonogh School, United Solo, Here Arts Center, Bucknell, Mississippi University for Women, Pearl Theatre Company, Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble, Celebration Barn, MIT, Muhlenberg, Boston University, Coastal Carolina, Clowns Without Borders in Guatemala & Grupo Galpao in Brazil. Kali serves on the Board for the Network of Ensemble Theaters. Training: BA, University of Rochester; MFA, Dell’Arte School of Physical Theatre.