Director, MB Summer Theatre
Steve Kidd is the Chair of the Performing Arts Department at the Moses Brown School and a Resident Actor at The Gamm Theatre in Warwick, RI. Steve holds a BA from Colby College in Theatre/English and an MA from Brown University. He was an original member of The ArtsLiteracy Project, where he created the Transitions through ArtsLiteracy Learning (TALL) program in Central Falls. Following this, Steve started the theatre education department at The GAMM Theatre and the award winning Pawtucket Literacy and Arts for Youth (PLAY) program and The GAMM Studio for adult theatre education. From 1999 to 2016, Steve was the program director for Camp AmeriKids. A NY based summer camp serving children living with AIDS/HIV. He has performed his solo show “Sigh/Omelas,” (inspired by AmeriKids) over 1,000 times in a variety of theatrical and educational settings since 2001. Steve has taught theatre at MB for the past 8 years. At the GAMM, Steve has been in over 30 professional productions and in 2008 was awarded the Lewis Hine Award for dedicated service to children in need.