Salomé M. Krell is a tri-lingual actress, producer and creative coordinator based in New York City. Her recent acting credits include GI Joe Jared and his name is edgar at the Manhattan Repertory Theater; the role of Aphrodite in Per Bacco - 6 Stories from Ted Hughes’ Tales from Ovid at the Anfiteatro Eos in Stromboli, Italy. Salomé also appeared Off-Broadway in the New York premiere of My Wandering Boy directed by John Gould Rubin. National tours include Grimm’s Fairy Tales, Cinderella, and Beauty and the Beast. Film credits include a principal role in Like the Water, starring Caitlin FitzGerald and directed by Caroline von Kuhn.
Salomé is the co-creator and producer of the Santorini Voice Symposium 2009, which brought together an international group of actors, philosophers and world-renowned voice teacher Kristin Linklater. The group met on the Greek island of Santorini and worked together for 12 days exploring the voice and philosophy. She has published two essays on the Santorini experience in the acclaimed periodical Mosaic: a journal for the interdisciplinary study of literature (University of Manitoba, Canada).
Continuing her commitment to create opportunities for true collaboration and learning, she founded Creative Collaborations and has been designing and coordinating workshops/classes with a handful of brilliant teachers and theatre artists, among them John Gould Rubin and Susan Main. Salomé is a graduate of the theater program at Northwestern University and she serves as The Private Theatre’s Director of Artistic Development.