Faculty & Staff

Kate Douglas
Arts Online

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.

Degrees & Accomplishments
BFA in Theatre 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 theatre
New work development
Musical theatre

Kate Douglas is a writer, composer, performer, and horticulturist. Work includes The Apiary (Judith Royer Award); The Ninth Hour at The Met Cloisters (starring opposite her co-writer Shayfer James); Against Women & Music! with Grace McLean (The Civilians); and The Lucky Few (starring opposite her co-writer Todd Almond). She has been awarded residencies at SPACE on Ryder Farm, Swale House on Governors Island, New York Stage & Film, Rhinebeck Musicals, Millay Arts, Goodspeed Musicals, and the New Musicals Lab at Ferguson Center, among others. Alum of the Dramatists Guild Fellows Program, Colt Coeur, The Civilian R&D Group, GTG Speakers Corner, and The Orchard Project Greenhouse. Previous performance credits include Punchdrunk’s Sleep No More (where she also held the title of Associate Artist), Fernando Rubio’s Everything by my side, Third Rail’s The Grand ParadiseKansas City Choir Boy starring Todd Almond and Courtney Love, and a featured performer in Liz Phair’s 30th Anniversary Tour of her seminal album Exile in Guyville. BFA: New York University. Certificate in Sustainable Garden Design, New York Botanical Garden.