Kenny Harder

Kenny Harder

Kenny Harder moved from Seattle to sunny Los Angeles in 2016. Perhaps best known for co-directing a 2004 documentary titled “Big City Dick: Richard Peterson’s First Movie” (featuring Jeff Bridges and Johnny Mathis) which won the Slamdance Audience Award For Best Feature. Kenny has worked as a Post Production Coordinator on NBC specials, software engineer, and freelance software consultant. In 2016 he ran tech for Shakespeare’s Tempest. Most recently he served as stage manager for our production of Ira Levin’s Deathtrap. Kenny is also a musician, composer, writer, and cartoonist.