Rachel Karpf is a producer of theater and live performance.
Recent projects include the world premiere and Off-Broadway remount of Kate Benson's [PORTO] (dir. Lee Sunday Evans), Lisa Lampanelli's Stuffed (dir. Jackson Gay, Westside Theatre), Martyna Majok's queens (Pipeline Festival), Spare Rib, a theatrical reproductive rights fundraiser with Gloria Steinem, and You Get a Spoon!, a variety show with comedian Chris Duffy. As Associate Director of Page 73: You Got Older (2 OBIE Awards), Grounded, and When January Feels Like Summer. She has produced, curated, and developed new works with New Georges, The Public Theater, LCT3, New York Theater Workshop, 13P, Beth Morrison Projects, and with artists including Sarah Hughes, McFeely Sam Goodman, Ellie Heyman, and The Institute for Psychogeographic Adventure.
Rachel 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 as a grant review panelist for the New York State Council for the Arts. She is a graduate of Dartmouth College.