About Kate Douglas
Kate is a theatre-maker, faciliator and biophiliac working to challenge audiences about the limits of their world through subversive storytelling and multidisciplinary experiences.
Her work has been performed at Ars Nova, Joe’s Pub, The McKittrick Hotel, Links Hall (Chicago) and the Korzo Theater (the Netherlands) by artists such as Todd Almond, PigPen Theatre Co., Shaina Taub and Kiah Victoria and developed at Rhinebeck Musicals, The National Theater Institute, the Writer’s Colony at Goodspeed, Artemisia Theatre and HERE Arts Center. She is a Johnny Mercer Songwriters Project Fellow and is currently a part of the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop and the inaugural 92nd Street Y’s Music Theatre Development Lab. She has been awarded the National Society of Arts and Letters’ Lavinia Kohl Award and the NJ Young Playwrights Award, and her poetry has been published in Burningword Literary Journal and Contrary Magazine.
Recent performance credits include Punchdrunk’s Sleep No More, Third Rail’s The Grand Paradise, Kansas City Choir Boy starring Courtney Love and Todd Almond (Premiere and Tour) and Fernando Rubio’s Everything by my side (U.S. Premiere).
As a teaching artist, she has trained with Musicians Without Borders, Gibney Dance and Lincoln Center Education. She has taught master classes at the National Theatre Institute and is a fellow of the Juno Leadership Residency at The Omega Institute.
As a complement to her artistic practice, she is studying Herbalism at the Gaia School of Healing in Vermont.
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