Katherene Garry


Katherene Garry was born in KCMO but raised in Kansas City, KS. Attended KCKCC where she performed in many productions. She wrote two one act plays called “Son, this is your new Sista” and “Why is my grandmother dead?” After receiving her Associates Degree in Performing Arts, she moved to New York City and attended The American Academy for Dramatic Arts (AADA-New York Summer 2011), The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts (NYCDA), Upright Citizen Brigade (UCB-New York) and performed and toured overseas with “The Nat Turner Revue (International Award Winning Improv group). Now living in Kansas City, Katherene participated in her first Fringe show in 2017 called: "Taming of the poo". She also wrote and direct two shows for the KC Fringe called "Let me explain my blackness: Addressing black women's thoughts through comedy" in 2019 which won “Best Venue for Off Broadway Theatre” and “The Most Random Comedy Sketch Show with Kat & Sarah” in 2021. Katherene discovered "yaskween productions", which is a platform to encourage more women to get into sketch comedy writing.