Kat Alix-Gaudreau attended UMASS Amherst and the University of Georgia, earning a BA in Theater and an MA in Sociology. Kat also earned her degree in Digital Filmmaking from Boston University’s Center for Digital Imaging Arts in 2009. She began work as Production Coordinator at Iguana Films in 2008, and has been involved in two national PBS broadcast documentaries. In 2012 she worked as an assistant editor for Universal Studio’s “Ted”, and in 2013, was the assistant editor for “Our Mockingbird”, a documentary film by Sandra Jaffey. Kat was Production Coordinator for the HGTV show, “Spontaneous Construction” (aired March 2013). She is also the founder and Artistic Director of Ghost Light Players of MetroWest, which has produced seven Shakespeare productions since its inception in 2011. Kat was recently admitted to the advanced degree program at the Shakespeare Institute in Stratford- On-Avon and will be relocating to the U.K. this fall.
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