Kristin KP Sgarro (they/them) is a nonbinary actor, musician, and emcee in New York City.
Having worked in styles ranging from classical to contemporary and devised theater for over a decade, some of their favorite NY credits include: Romeo & Juliet (Romeo), Twelfth Night (Feste, Viola), Under Woodside (Skeeter, original cast), Othello (Emilia), A Midsummer Night's Dream (Helena; Hermia), This Is Not What It's Supposed To Be (Devising Ensemble), Storm, Still (Goneril). Also a dabbler in new works and devised theater, their work can be found in various projects with AMiOS, No Exit Theater Collective, and in new works hosted by The Tank, The Bechdel Group, and SheNYC.
As a musician, Kristin works in venues all over the city, and has composed original music and arranged music for many independent NYC theater companies, including Match: Lit (Twelfth Night, As You Like It, Othello), AMiOS' SHOTZ! series ("Shared Communal Space", And SHOTZ! For Something Virtually Different), Everyday Inferno (Iphigenia Among the Taurians’ a cappella chorus), Victoria Fragnito's Scar Tissue, and most recently for Queens College's production of A Midsummer Night's Dream at Kupferberg Center for the Arts. Select MD credits include The Last Five Years (reorchestrations and new arrangements, conductor/live piano), Assassins, Captain Louie (Conductor/Piano 1 for live remote orchestra), Schoolhouse Rock Live!, A Year With Frog And Toad, and one-woman Fringe favorites Fate, Fury, and Musical Theater and Monica Lewinsky Sings Your Heart Out!.
Life is too short to not live it fully, so "make the most of yourself," truly, "for that is all that there is of you." [RWE]
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Maestra Music gives support, visibility, and community to the women, non-binary, and TGNC musicians who make the music in the musical theater industry. The organization promotes equality of opportunity and to address the many historical disadvantages and practices that have limited women composers and musicians in the musical theater.
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