Rachel Karpf is a producer of theater and live performance.

Current and recent projects include: Lisa Lampanelli's Stuffed, directed by Jackson Gay, at the Westside Theater; the world premiere of Kate Benson and Lee Sunday Evans' [PORTO], returning Off-Broadway in Jan. 2018; the world premiere of Sheila Callaghan's (Not) Water, directed by Daniella Topol; and development of Martyna Majok's Queens. 

Rachel is also a producer with the international collective Guerilla Science, where she creates live events that use art, design, and play to connect people to science in unexpected ways. She previously served as Associate Director of Page 73, premiering Clare Barron's You Got Older, George Brant's Grounded, and Cori Thomas' When January Feels Like Summer. She has also worked with New Georges, LCT3/Lincoln Center Theater, New York Theater Workshop, WP Theater, Beth Morrison Projects, and 13P.

Rachel is the creator of Saloon, a lecture series pairing emerging arts leaders with peers in other fields to spark cross-disciplinary collaboration. She was a 2016 recipient of the TCG Leadership [U]niversity Finalist Award, a 2014-16 Time Warner Foundation Fellow of the WP Producers' Lab, and has served on grant and advisory panels for the New York State Council on the Arts, among others. She is a graduate of Dartmouth College.