Rhyn McLemore BFA, AEA

Born and raised on Jekyll Island, GA, Rhyn McLemore is a graduate of the Carnegie Mellon School of Drama and has been a proud member of the Actor’s Equity Association for 20 years.

Credits include:
Off-Broadway: Dot, directed by Kenny Leon (The Billie Holiday Theatre); Sheldon Harnick’s A World to Win (York Theatre);
Off-Off Broadway: Violet (title role) and The Crucible (Gallery Players); Atlanta credits: Ever After – Suzi Bass Award nominee for Best Supporting Actress (Alliance Theatre); The Bridges of Madison County and Split in Three (Aurora Theatre); Fun Home, Company, and Stupid F*cking Bird (Actors Express); The Cake (Horizon Theatre); Safety Net – world premiere (Theatrical Outfit); Other Regional: The Sound of Music (Sierra Repertory); The Spitfire Grill (Cape Fear Regional Theatre); A Streetcar Named Desire, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, and Our Town (The WV Public); The Crucible and The Comedy of Errors (NC Shakespeare Festival); Humbug (Premiere Stages); Beauty and the Beast and Grease (Beef and Boards); Ragtime and Hair (Weathervane Theatre)

In addition to her performing career, Rhyn works with American Voices, a nonprofit organization that conducts cross-cultural engagement with audiences in over 110 nations worldwide. Through this incredible organization, Rhyn has traveled to Vietnam, where she taught at the Ho Chi Minh Conservatory and directed “An Evening of Broadway”, performed by the Ho Chi Minh Conservatory students. She has also traveled to Pakistan, where she directed (and performed with) a cast of Pakistani artists in a broadway revue entitled “Broadway Bridges” that toured through Islamabad, Lahore, and Karachi. (A special note on this Pakistan tour: Rhyn had the immense pleasure of collaborating with her friend and fellow MTCA coach Peter Thoresen, who served as music director!)