Kirsten Wyatt is a proud native of Clarksburg, West Virginia where she first discovered her passion for musical theater when she made her theatrical debut as the Farmer Munchkin in the Wizard of Oz. Kirsten went on to receive a BFA from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music's esteemed musical theater department and is now an award winning actress who has been seen on Broadway, in theaters around the country and on television. Obviously, she loves acting and singing and dancing, but she also loves feeding people - especially her castmates when she's in a show. So she started a webseries called Broadway Nosh where she cooks with her favorite Broadway stars.
As well as being a working actor and home cook, Kirsten is a private acting coach with students in Wicked, Book of Mormon, Summer and regional shows around the country. She also is on the faculty of Lindsay Mendez and Ryan Scott Oliver's Actor Therapy where she teaches audition technique and acting classes and spearheads AT High - a program geared toward 15-19 year olds with an eye on a career in the theater.
Fom L to R: Kirsten winning the Gypsy Robe, as Tammy Faye Bakker in Born for This, as Agnes Gooch in Mame, Row 2: Hosting Broadway Backwards, as Frenchy in Grease, Row 3: as Chief Elf in A Chritmas Story, hosting Broadway Nosh, as Miss Adelaide in Guys and Dolls
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