Rachel Kerry is an up-and-coming stage director, writer, and multimedia designer. Career highlights include staging a 175 person dance in Times Square for Guy Laliberte’s Moving Stars and Earth for Water Benefit Concert, a performance that was covered by the Associated Press and seen globally. She graduated from the University of Southern Calfornia with a BA in theatre and recognition as a Multimedia Literacy Scholar. For her work with the multimedia theatre project, Seven Fragments, she received over $12,000 in academic awards as well as the highest accolade given to undergraduates by the institution, the USC Discovery Scholarship Award. She has also she studied at New York University’s Playwrights Horizon Theatre School and The National Institute of Dramatic Arts in Sydney, Australia. Last summer she wrote and directed the horror-comedy, The Flowers of Fantastico, which played to great success as part of 2011 New York International Fringe Festival.