Faculty & Staff

Kate Douglas
Lecturer, Writer/Composer/Performer

Dramaturgy is not just an intellectual praxis but an embodied one that works to unify a team of theatre practitioners, each translators in their own right. In my dramaturgy practice, the more specific I can be in my line of questioning, the more comfortably I can dance with uncertainty and ambiguity.

Degrees & Accomplishments
BFA in theater with a minor in applied theater, New York University
Artist & Scholar Award, New York University
Member, Dramatists Guild
BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop
Topics of Expertise
Immersive theater
New work development
Musical theater

Kate Douglas is a writer, composer and performer. Her work includes THE APIARY (O’Neill Playwrights Conference, 2022), AGAINST WOMEN & MUSIC! (with Grace McLean, The Civilians), WONDERLAND (Finalist, Jane Chambers Excellence in Feminist Playwriting Award), and THE NINTH HOUR (with Shayfer James, The Met Cloisters).

Her work has been developed at New York Stage & Film, New Victory Theater, SPACE on Ryder Farm, The Civilians R&D Group, the Dramatist Guild Foundation Fellows Program, Millay Arts, Rhinebeck Musicals, the Johnny Mercer Songwriters Project, the Writer’s Colony at Goodspeed and the New Musicals Lab at the Ferguson Center.

She has over eight years of experience creating, writing and directing immersive, multidisciplinary events as Associate Artist at The McKittrick Hotel, home of Sleep No More, where she was also a performer. As a teaching artist, she trained with Musicians Without Borders, Gibney Dance, Lincoln Center Education and Ping Chong + Company. She have 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 studies bodywork and plants.