Kate has just been cast in two upcoming Columbia Universitystudent films!
"Soul-Shattering Divinity of Lightness", filming 3/21-23, where Kate plays a young mother concerned for her child's social well-being.
"Real World Syndrome", filming 3/29-30, where Kate plays the National Board of Mental Health inspector.
Also in March, The Network's Five-Week Commercial Class with Scott Wojcik concluded with a showcase to three agents. It was an invaluable five weeks-- many thanks to Scott!
Some pieces from the cabaret:
A Busy February!
-Five-week Commercial Class with Scott Wojcik of Wojcik/Seay Casting begins
-Orville Station staged reading at The Dramatists Guild, NYC
Kate plays a ruthless film producer who 'may or may not be delusional'...
'The play delves into the dark, festering world that lies beneath the
picture-perfect suburban towns in America where boredom and false
promises of a better life have left some folks feeling "cheated and betrayed,"
to quote Nathanael West from 'The Day of the Locust.'" '
Play by Frank Avella
-Benefit concert in her home state of NJ
-Fun Factory reunites to perform at the TOTY Toy Awards in NYC, Feb. 15
-Full cabaret at Don't Tell Mama's on Feb. 21st!
-....And let's end the month with a birthday, shall we? :-)
Kate just returned to NYC after performing in
A Fireside Christmas!
Kate was one of the four female featured singers in The Fireside Theatre's A Fireside Christmas October 31st - December 22nd in Fort Atkinson, WI.
www.firesidetheatre.com "The Fireside Dinner Theatre is one of the Midwest's most popular entertainment destinations and the only Actor’s Equity dinner theatre in Wisconsin."
"Since 1964, The Fireside Dinner Theatre in Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin has been the premiere entertainment destination in the Midwest for superb musicals featuring Broadway performers, fine dining, and boutique shops in a one-of-a-kind setting. Consistently named as a top destination for travel tours across the United States..."
From Wisconsin's The Freeman:
"With the cadre of talent they have garnered, each number is sure to please..."
The New York Timescalls South Pacific "An Enchanted Evening Open to Possibilities"