Individual Coach Template
BFA in MT, Carnegie Mellon (from School & Degree field)
AEA (from Union Affiliations field)
She/Her (from Pronouns field)
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.