Rhonda Kohl

Rhonda Kohl

Represented by Ashley Wible at KMR Talent
t: 818 769-9111

Rhonda (she/her/hers) is an LA-based director/choreographer who is frequently in NY for work and is known for her range and stylized approaches! Recently was the theatrical coordinator/choreographer for the CW show Legacies. Prior, she directed and choreographed the West Coast premiere of Gina Femia's FOR THE LOVE OF (or,...
Represented by Ashley Wible at KMR Talent
t: 818 769-9111

Rhonda (she/her/hers) is an LA-based director/choreographer who is frequently in NY for work and is known for her range and stylized approaches! Recently was the theatrical coordinator/choreographer for the CW show Legacies. Prior, she directed and choreographed the West Coast premiere of Gina Femia's FOR THE LOVE OF (or, the roller derby play) an all-female roller derby "dance-ical" with Theatre of Note which was remounted at the Kirk Douglas as a part of CTG Block Party 2019. (visit website for reviews)

In 2016, she served as the SDCF Traube Directing Fellow on the Broadway debut of In Transit at Circle in the Square with Kathleen Marshall, and worked again with Mrs. Marshall on Mamma Mia at the Hollywood BowI, The Roundabout Theatre Company's reading of Damn Yankees, and was Ms. Marshall's Associate on Reprise 2.0's Sweet Charity starring Laura Bell Bundy. 

Previously, she directed the LA Times Critic’s Choice production of Mark Brown’s Around the World in 80 Days, as well as the U.S. Premiere of the U.K musical The Bachelor Girls in NYC and a developmental workshop of the same at the Trinity Laban Conservatory in London. She also was the movement director/choreographer for the California premiere of Nick Dear's Frankenstein at A Noise Within and Karen Zacharias' Native Gardens at Pasadena Playhouse. 

Currently, Rhonda is developing several projects with writers and composers. She has a passion for new works and has helped develop and premiere new plays and musicals at several festivals, including Mach 33, Skylight Theatre's Fresh Brew Series, SheNYC Arts, Rogue Artists Ensemble Lab, NAMT and the Hollywood Fringe Festival. Additionally, she has assisted, and associate directed for theatres such as Geffen Playhouse (Barbecue and Long Day’s Journey starring Alfred Molina and Jane Kaczmarek) and Pasadena Playhouse (Ragtime, Native Gardens, King Charles III, Pirates of Penzance, and Tiny Beautiful Things) working with artists such as David Lee, Mark Esposito, Jason Alexander, Moritz von Stuelpnagel, Colman Domingo, Sherri Eden Barber, Michael Michetti and others. She is a proud member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society and represented  by KMR Talent.  www.rhondakohl.com