Krista Williams

Instructor of Theatre Arts, Interlochen Arts Camp

Roundtable Director, Lark Play Development Center; Resident Dramaturg and Literary Manager, Transport Group

M.F.A., Dramaturgy, Yale School of Drama; B.A., English Liturature, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Kristina Corcoran Williams is a working writer and dramaturg in New York where she also serves as the Roundtable director at The Lark Play Development Center and the resident dramaturg and literary manager for the off-Broadway company Transport Group. Her recently produced adaptations and abridgments off-Broadway include "Three Days to See", Drama Desk nominated “I Remember Mama” and "The Patsy." Additional off-Broadway dramaturgy credits include "Strange Interlude" with David Greenspan (fall of 2017), “Almost Maine,” Obie winning "Boys in the Band," Drama Desk winning "See Rock City," and Drama Desk nominated "Hello Again." Transport Group's recent production of "Lysistrata Jones" transferred to Broadway. Regional credits include the world premieres of "Boleros for the Disenchanted" and "The Unmentionables" at Yale Repertory Theatre where she also served as Literary Associate. She has worked with Pulitzer Prize winning playwrights Paula Vogel and Bruce Norris, and has worked with José Rivera (Academy Award nominee), David Greenspan (Obie Award), Anna Shapiro (Tony Award), Jack Cummings III (4-time Drama Desk nominee), John Clinton Eisner, Patricia McGregor, Henry Godinez and Kent Thompson. She has worked in New York with The NY Musical Theatre Festival, New Georges, Invisible Dog, Dixon Place, Page 73, TCG and Primary Stages, and regionally with Denver Center Theatre's New Play Summit and Madison Repertory Theatre's Fall Festival of the Future. She has been in residence developing new work at SPACE at Ryder Farm and has been a contributing writer to CHANCE and YALE magazine. She is a graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy and holds an MFA from the Yale School of Drama. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband, Peter Koechley, and their two children.