Tara Kromer


Director, Designer, Stage Manager, Theatre Artist, Educator... Celebrating diversity through live theatre.

About

Mission Statement

Tara Kromer is a multidisciplinary theatre artist who combines her passions for directing, design and technology, education, and activism to tell stories that entertain and challenge audiences from all walks of life. Her professional practice celebrates theatre's unique capacity to  encourage discussion, ignite activism, and provoke examination of topics related to social justice in order to further understand the human condition.

Recent and Upcoming Projects:

DIRECTING PROJECTS:

It Shoulda Been You is playing now through February 24th at the Studio Theatre Tierra Del Sol in The Villages, FL. Directed by Tara Kromer, Music Direction by Gary Powell, Choreography by Tyler Beauregard. This run is SOLD OUT (but contact me and I might be able to work something out :) !


Tara will be directing and producing a show for this coming Orlando Fringe Festival in May! Stay tuned for details!


OTHER UPCOMING PROJECTS INCLUDE:

Sound Design for "The Street of Crocodiles" at TheatreUCF, set to open this February. Featuring live musicians in this unique account of the life and work of Polish writer and artist, Bruno Schultz. 


You can currently behold some enormous puppets built by Tara and her props team at Orlando Repertory Theatre in their current production of Ella Enchanted!

Bio

Tara Kromer 

is a director and designer dedicated to bringing compelling stories to life onstage. Her experience in the theatre industry encompasses many disciplines including directing, sound design and audio engineering, props and puppetry design and construction, electrics, and stage management. Her multi-disciplinary background lends itself to a truly collaborative and insightful approach to directing.

     Tara earned her MFA at the University of Central Florida where her practical research was focused on Directing and Sound Design. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Her work as a theatre professional has taken her to various venues including Orlando Shakespeare Theatre, Orlando Repertory Theatre, Orlando Fringe, Seaside Music Theater, and the Hippodrome Theatre (in Florida), Steppenwolf Theater, Congo Square Theater, Chicago Shakespeare Theatre (in Chicago, IL), Potsdam Music Theatre, New York Stage and Film, and the Hangar Theatre (in New York). 

     Tara was named the recipient of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival's SDC Directing Fellowship for the Southeast Region in 2015 and was a member of the 2015-2016 Stage Directors and Choreographer's Foundation Observership Class. She is a proud member of Actor's Equity Association and an Associate Member of the Stage Directors and Choreographer's Society (SDC).