Kristine Thatcher


Kristine is delighted to be back in the land of excellent theater, sound sleep, delicious food and dear friends. Her Peninsula Players directing credits include Miracle on South Division Street, The Importance of Being Earnest, The Uneasy Chair, Over the Tavern and Panic. Her Players acting credits include Jo in A Few Good Men, Eliza in Pygmalion and Agnes in Dancing at Lughnasa. Kristine is also a playwright and was commissioned by the Players to write a play about “the unique character and rich history of Door County.” The result was Apparitions, which premiered at the Players in 1995. Her other plays include Emma’s Child, Voice of Good Hope, Under Glass, Among Friends, Niedecker and Waiting for Tina Meyer with Larry Shue. She is currently at work on The Bloodhound Law, a play commissioned by Cit Lit Theater in Chicago, about the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850.

2014 Roles: Alice in The Tin Woman; Emily in Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were NoneDirector for Butler.