Kate has the honor to be in the top 5 of the MAC-Award winning cabaret competition, Mama's Next Big Act, performed at the world famous Don't Tell Mama cabaret in Hell's Kitchen. Come and join Kate in a night of cabaret tomfoolery - you won’t be disappointed!
Kate will reprise her role as Ariel in The Tempest by William Shakespeare in a new, off-Broadway remounting of the classic. The New Place Players and Max Hansen Catering will bring The Tempest to life over the course of four months this spring at the famous Player Club in Manhattan.
Kate will perform as Josie Jones in a staged reading of Kristina Poe's Victory Girls, at the Actors Studio as part of the Studio's continuing Playwrights and Directors Unit.
Kate will make her debut as a New Place Players company member in their upcoming production of William Shakespeare's The Tempest. Kate will play the role of mischievous Ariel in this cast-fluid, ensemble-based production of this timeless play!
Kate will participate in a workshop series on the original play, Blood in the Street, by Ronnie Cohen & Jane Beale. Blood in the Street chronicles a team of lawyers and researchers as they attempt to defend Sirhan Sirhan - the man who assassinated Robert Kennedy in 1968 - after California repeals their death penalty ban.
Kate will perform in a staged reading / workshop series at The Actors Studio in Jason Odell Williams' (Church and State) original play, The Whole Shebang. The production will be directed by Charlotte Cohn. Kate is thrilled to be able to bring the character of Wendy to life!
Kate graduated with her MFA in Acting from the prestigious Actors Studio Drama School, and now enters the world as a professional, Method-trained Master of Fine Arts! Eternal gratitude to everyone who has joined her on this incredible journey thus far... it's just beginning!
Kate will join the cast of the infamously irreverent, raunchy and wild Cranky Cabaret at their new location at Trinity Lutheran Church of Manhattan (only two stops away from Times Square). Come and join us in two nights of crazy fun with unlimited drinks! Click here for more details.
Acceptance - a wonderfully poignant film which Kate took part in last spring - is now making the festival rounds, with successful submissions to several film festivals so far... and more to come! Click here for more details and to see Shelby Hougui's Acceptance on the silver screen.
Kate will be making her Off-Broadway debut as Sister James in John Patrick Shanley's Pulitzer-Prize winning play Doubt, a Parable as a part of the Actors Studio Drama School's 2017 Repertory Season. Make sure to go to the ASDS Repertory Season's official website and make your reservations - tickets are free!
Kate has been cast in an original devised piece, #sugar #spice, for this fall's Scene Festival at the Actors Studio Drama School. The piece explores the power of womanhood in the face of societal expectations, judgement and crippling self doubt - but with a twist of Beyoncé.
Never doubt your capabilities - otherwise, your acting teacher may give you the role you'd never thought you could do, just to prove you wrong. For her final ASDS Scene Festival, Kate will be playing the role of heroin-addict Billy "Torch" Murphy in Laurence Fishburne's insane drama Riff Raff.
One Take More recently went to the Hofstra Film Club's semester's end Award Ceremony - and swept, earning itself seven consecutive awards, including Best Actress. Step aside, Hamilton!
You can now view One Take More on Vimeo.
Kate just wrapped up filming a supporting role in the short film, Disclosure, which chronicles the struggles of a young woman as she decides whether or not to have an abortion. She reunited with One Take More co-star Reneé Adrienne Vito to bring this very relevant and raw story to life.
Kate just wrapped up filming the Les Misérables parody, One Take More, with the talented and professional student filmmakers at Hofstra University, directed by Jonathan Leiner. One Take More was such a fantastic experience, and Kate cannot wait to work with Hanging Lantern Productions again in the future.
Kate has just been cast as the female lead in an NYU thesis film, Free Wine, directed by NYU's Amelia Summar. She'll be starring alongside Shane Andries and Ehad Berisha in a film that explores what happens when a hopeless infatuation leads to disastrous consequences... namely, an accidental cult.
Kate will be reprising her role as Sister James in John Patrick Shanley's Pulitzer Prize-winning drama Doubt, a Parable for the 2017 Actors Studio Drama School Repertory season. She'll be starring alongside her wonderfully talented Cohort 18 classmates Rachel Sorteberg, Gregory Jensen and Brennie Tellu, and the production will be directed by Anna María Tomasdottír.
Another semester has passed at the Actors Studio Drama School at Pace University, and Kate has been cast as the young Sister James of St. Nicholas Parish and School, in John Patrick Shanley's Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Doubt, a Parable.
An insane year of intensive acting training has passed, and Kate has now been cast in her first Actors Studio Drama School role, as Baby Doll in Tennessee Willliams' Tiger Tail, based off of his original screenplay, Baby Doll. Kate will be mentored through this wonderful role by the original Baby Doll herself, Elizabeth Kemp.