An Award Winning, Chicago-Based Actor
Since graduating college, Kate has made Chicago her home and has been featured in countless plays, dozens of shorts, commercials, web series, and films. She frequently works in storefront theatres and touts the Tracy Letts quote, "We are the ones who say it to their faces."
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Kate is spending the fall working on a new script she is writing with her writing partner, Chris Brickhouse, which will culminate in a public reading in October.
The Women of Whitechapel is a well-researched but fictionalized account of the five women who have been known in history only as "Jack the Ripper's victims." With this play, these women get an opportunity to speak from beyond the grave and earn respect for the lives they led instead of being known solely for the deaths they suffered.
After a very successful run of "Neverland," Kate is once again teaming up with Olivia Lilley at Prop Thtr to devise a new play. This time, it's Frederick Wedekind's "The Lulu Plays" which will be getting a severe feminist lashing as its devisers churn out a story which examines Lulu outside the male gaze.
Production will be in Spring 2020.