A Wisconsin native, Kaitlin Klemencic graduated from Nebraska Wesleyan University with a double degree in Theater Performance and Secondary Education.
After graduating, she ventured to New York City where she was able to pursue both of her passions for 3 years. Kaitlin worked as a nanny for a wonderful family, partook in various theatrical workshops and performed in cabarets and acting scenes across the city.
In the fall of 2015, Kaitlin moved to the Twin Cities where she continues to nanny and act. She has performed with a variety of companies throughout the Metro Area and has also participated in numerous concerts, cabarets and staged readings.
Favorite rolls include "Amy" in Stephen Sondheim's Company, "The Baker's Wife" in Into the Woods, "Hermia" in Sh!t-Faced Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, "Carol Melkett" in Peter Schaffer's Black Comedy and a part of the lively ensemble in The Mystery of Edwin Drood.
Kaitlin is also a company member and re-occurring actress with the Gilbert and Sullivan Very Opera Company as well as a re-occurring creep at The Haunted Basement.