Kian Ross ’13
Kian Ross ’13 is a New York native. He wrote and performed a number of one man shows in the City including, I Don’t Like Food, My Divorce and One Man Wizard of Oz. This year he had a workshop production of his play Guilt at 124 Bank Theatre as part of Typed Out Productions spring workshop series. He was one of the original performers of Donald Steele’s Transitions. He has performed in Artistic New Directions “Go Solo” festival. He as an ongoing relationship with the comedy troupe Blogologues. He has lectured on the films of Akira Kurosawa at Adelphi University. He has been an arts administrator for The Clemente Center, Ping Chong and Company Mama Foundation for the Arts, Amas Musical Theatre, Goh Productions, Czechoslovak-American Marionette Theatre and others. At Bennington, his plan was in Theatre and Mathematics.