"Without stories, we wouldn't be human beings at all.”
Emmy Kuperschmid [she/her] is a theater artist on a mission to tell stories that make people feel less alone. Emmy has performed with Warner Brothers, Pipeline Theatre Company, Dixon Place, Adirondack Theatre Festival, and Saratoga Shakespeare Company, among others. Her work isn’t limited to the stage—she played a tech-obsessed millennial (too real) in the film Petty Therapy, and her writing has been published in the anthology Evil Genius: Monsters on Stage, with an introduction by Julie Taymor. She's a proud alum of Skidmore College and The National Theater Institute, and loves working on new plays, Shakespeare, and radically inclusive stories that make people feel seen and the world a better place. In her spare time, Emmy enjoys reading entire books in one sitting, spreading positivity, and talking about shoujo manga.