Kristen Boulé

Kristen Boulé (Producer) is the Artistic Director and a co-founder of 2Cents Theatre Group in Hollywood. A multi-award-winning producer and director, Boulé’s work spans a range of traditional narrative, musical theatre and immersive experiences. Boulé is currently making her Off-Broadway debut with Bill Posley’s The Day I Became Black (producer) following their smash hit run at the Hollywood Fringe 2018. Notable directing credits include Unreal City (winner – Best in Immersive Theatre, HFF18), Psychosical: an asylum cabaret (Robby Awards winner – Best Director, Best Ensemble; HFF17 nominee – Best Cabaret), Fugitive Songs (Robby Awards nominee – Best Director) and Rent (NAACP nominee – Best Director). Boulé produces annually 2Cents’ popular Acting Out INK Fest, a 3-day festival of female playwrights at the Hudson Theatres. Boulé also manages the 2Cents Carolers each holiday season, singing for homeless organizations, youth shelters and supportive housing facilities.

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Anna St. Hesia Dreams: Anna is trapped in an anesthesia-related coma. Her only way out is to sink deeper into fantasy – a dark fairytale where people weave dreams into tourist destinations.

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Crawling through late-middle-age, a diligent husband keeps his sanity with offbeat guidance from a therapist-astrologer. Together they cure old age with New Age.