Kathleen WorleyKathleen has been involved in theatre for about as long as she can remember, working as an actor, director, playwright, designer, fight choreographer, dialect and vocal coach, stage manager and crew. She has recently retired from teaching theatre for thirty years at Reed College in Portland, OR, and is eager to re-enter the theatre world. While teaching at Reed she directed and/or performed professionally with Artists Repertory Theatre, Cygnet Productions, Portland Experimental Theatre Ensemble and Profile Theatre. She has also performed at ACT, The Empty Space and Seattle Rep as well as the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Montana Shakespeare in the Parks, The Players' Club (NYC) and has portrayed historical figures for the Great Basin and Oregon Chautauqua programs. The one-woman show she devised from the writing of Virginia Woolf toured the west coast for several years. She is currently developing a performance drawing on puppetry and Chinese opera techniques to tell the story of her grandparents' experiences in China at the dawn of the twentieth century.