This May, Kate is pleased to be returning to A Chorus Line for the first time in 14 years. She will play Sheila in Gateway Playhouse's production directed by the legendary, Mitzi Hamilton. A Chorus Line runs May 11-26, 2018.Read More
This winter, Kate is proud to be part of Pipeline Theatre Company's new production of Folk Wandering. "Folk Wandering is a sweeping new musical conjured from the hearts and minds of Jaclyn Backhaus (Men on Boats), Andrew Neisler (Charlatan, Clown Bar), and nine emerging singer-songwriters. This expansive story investigates the making and breaking of the American dream across three bygone generations." The production runs February 23 – March 18 at the Mezzanine Theatre at A.R.T./New York Theatres. Please visit pipelinetheatre.org for tickets.
Kate is delighted to return to Ogunquit Playhouse this holiday season reprising her role as Betty Haynes.
Kate was honored to be part of Bret Shuford's beautiful Disney Animazement Video. The video stars Shuford, Kate, and Clinton Roane singing some of Disney's best "I Want" songs; "Just Around the Riverbend" from Pocahontas, "Go the Distance" from Hercules, and "Out There" from The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
Kate and her cast members had the honor of performing COMPANY for the shows original composer, Stephen Sondheim, who surprised the cast after the show. He was moved by the show and the cast was moved by his presence.
Kate had the honor of performing alongside Broadway stars Sierra Boggess, Norm Lewis, Jeanette Bayardelle, and David Josefsberg at Bloombergs Global Business Forum. Guests included Mayor Bloomberg, himself, Henry Kissinger, and Oprah Winfrey.
Kate is the creator and host of the new lifestyle show, Living Small TV. "A show about people and the small spaces they inhabit". Currently being shot by Cut and Dry Productions, full episodes will be available Fall 2017. Please visit @LivingSMallTv on Facebook and Instagram and check out our Teaser below! #LsNYC
Kate is pleased to return to Barrington Stage Company this summer playing Susan in Company directed by Julianne Boyd. "Over a series of dinner parties, dates and conversations with his friends, the perennially single Bobby attempts to understand the pros and cons of marriage and the meaning of the word “commitment.” Company is the winner of 7 Tony Awards.