Kenn is a director, performer, and educator. He received his BFA in Acting at the University of Regina and his MFA in Directing from The University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Some directing highlights include The Pillowman, Spring’s Awakening, and the World Premier of Yvette Nolan’s The Birds. As a Clown, he has taught workshops around Saskatchewan for both children and adults, created the annual Red Nose Knows Show (Cathedral Arts Festival 2015,2016), and created and performed in The Island (April, 2016). He has also performed in both the North American and Australian Fringe Festival circuits. Kenn has trained with Number 11 theatre (Toronto), The North American Cultural Laboratory (New York), Vancouver Circus School (Vancouver), Dell Arte International School of Physical Theatre (California), Old Trout Puppet Workshop (Alberta), and The Manitoulin Center for Creation and Performance (Ontario). He is a sessional Instructor for the University of Regina Theatre Department and has taught Theatre at The Globe Theatre School, Class Act Studios, Regina Conservatory of Performing Arts and The Saskatchewan Cultural Exchange Tour. He has been the Provincial Theatre Adjudicator for both Theatre Saskatchewan’s Theatre One Festival and the Saskatchewan Drama Association High School Festival. As an artist in residence, has worked with several organizations including Listen to Dis, a collective of adults living with disabilities. He is the artistic director of Hectik Theatre (Regina) and Souris Valley Theatre (Estevan), a founding member of Combat Improv, and a founding member of the Prairie Puppet Underground. He is proud to be a Saskatchewan artist.