The Kennedy Center

KenYatta Rogers



Biography

KenYatta Rogers returns to The Kennedy Center after performing in If All the Sky Were Paper.   Regional credits include King Hedley II, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom (Arena Stage); Father Comes Home from the Wars, Two Trains Running, Glengarry Glen Ross, Eurydice, A Lesson Before Dying (Round House Theatre); Holly Down in Heaven (Forum Theatre); Topdog/Underdog, A Raisin in the Sun (Everyman Theatre); Fever/Dream (Woolly Mammoth); Jitney (Ford's Theatre); Colossal (Olney Theatre Center); Comedy of Errors (Folger Theatre); The Piano Lesson (Trustus Theatre); Coriolanus (Shakespeare & Company); As You Like It, Spunk, Joe Turner's Come and Gone, (African Continuum Theatre). KenYatta has received four Helen Hayes nominations and one win for his stage work in the nation's capital.  TV credits including the PBS series "Standard Deviants' Television."   KenYatta received his MFA in Acting from the University of Pittsburgh and is currently a faculty member in Montgomery College's Department of Performing Arts.
KenYatta Rogers