Kea Trevett is an actress and theater artist born and raised in New York City. She holds a BA in Theater Studies and Creative Writing from NYU and an MFA in Acting from Columbia University. In New York, Kea has worked onstage at EST, The Barrow Group, Ars Nova, Lincoln Center, and most recently at Classic Stage Company, where she appeared as Desdemona in The Young Company’s 2016 production of Othello directed by Tyne Rafaeli, and as Petra in a reading of An Enemy of the People directed by Scott Ebersold and presented as a part of CSC’s First Look Festival. Last year, Kea played Ismene in a new adaptation of Antigone directed by Gregory Mosher, which toured Kenya and South Africa. Other recent credits include Psittacus Productions’ A Tale Told By An Idiot, an adaptation of Macbeth for young audiences at Lincoln Center Education, and a workshop residency of Some Pictures of the Floating World, a new play by Matthew Minnicino, at The Barn Arts Collective. Kea’s recent film projects include Curall, dir. Spencer Harris, Ice Cold, dir. Sekiya Dorsett, both currently in post production, and Two Birds, dir. Caitlin Stickels, which was an official short film selection at this year’s TWIST in Seattle and NewFest in New York City. Kea is a core member of The Lonely Painter Project, with whom she has collaborated on Inhume and The New World.