Kiera Anderson is an actor, choreographer, director, teaching artist and arts education advocate. Kiera graduated from New York University in 2002 with a BFA in Theatre, where she also taught yoga for actors at Tisch School of the Arts/CAP21. After 10 years as a professional actor, working off-Broadway, in New York, and regional theatres across the country (member, Actors Equity Association), Kiera moved to Los Angeles to be with her husband, actor Bradford Anderson. In LA, she taught yoga full time and is an ERYT-500 yoga teacher with a focus in yoga therapy (certificate: LMU Yoga Therapy Rx). Kiera has always been passionate about access to arts education, and has taught workshops and classes for young people since 2002. As Director of Community Outreach and Operations for the DEA Educational Foundation, Kiera was honored to help thousands of students receive access to dance education and other youth classes through the DEAEF Youth Programs. Kiera teaches drama and directs at St. Francis High School in Sacramento, and holds a M.Ed. in Drama in Education through University of Dublin, Trinity College. She is Mom to two amazing children, Juna and Finola.
Golden Age Musical Theatre
"I Could Have Danced All Night"