Characters Welcome at UCB

Kathleen has joined Characters Welcome at UCB!

Directed by Sarah Smallwood Parsons and Eric Feurer.

Kathleen's team Mallrat performs the second-to-last Thursday of each month at UCBT Hell's Kitchen.

Indie Character Team

Kathleen is a founding member of the new Indie Character Team "Poughkeepsie"

They are working with director Matt Gehring, and perform original characters in a monthly show

Two-Woman Show at UCB

Kathleen's two-woman show Shame-Full ran at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre Hell's Kitchen! For footage of the show, check out shamefullcomedy.com

"Stranger Things" Parody Musical Readings

Kathleen played Will Byers in industry readings of "Stranger Sings!" a musical parody of the hit Netflix show "Stranger Things," directed by Nick Flatto and written by Jonathan Hogue.

Further Character Study - Winter/Spring 2019

After completing Character 101 at UCB, Kathleen is pursuing sketch character work further, taking a character class taught by Eric Feurer & Sarah Smallwood Parsons.

Sketch & Character Class at UCB - Fall 2018

This fall has been a busy one! Kathleen's been honing her skills at the Upright Citizens Brigade Training Center, taking Sketch 201 with Brandon Bassham, and is currently taking Character 101 with Eric Michael Feurer!

Millbrook Playhouse - Summer 2018

Kathleen spent her summer in Pennsylvania at Millbrook Playhouse, playing Lefou in Beauty and the Beast, directed by Shannon Agnew, and Mary Martin-of-Tours in Sister Act, directed and choreographed by Trey Compton.

Check out our production photos and footage!

"Shame-Full" at The PIT - Spring 2018

Kathleen & her writing partner, Tess Richie, presented the newest incarnation of their two-woman show, "Shame-Full" on May 11th, 2018.

Are you a full-on Shame Monster? We're here to help.
Tess and Kathleen present their revolutionary 5-part system that will completely rid you of shame. Go deep with them as they tackle universal insecurities: Body Image, Sex, Career, and Secrets, with the help of a ukulele, some Taylor Swift, sexy photos, and a percussive cup. You'll never be Shame-Full again.

Reading: "Steadfast" at NYU Grad MT Writing

Kathleen played Alexander, an 8-year-old boy, in a reading of Steadfast, a thesis musical (book and lyrics by Barbara Bellman, music by Emily F. James) at NYU's Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program.

The 4-day reading was directed by Lori Steinberg and music directed by Benji Goldsmith.

This is Kathleen's second year working on a reading at GMTWP, and it's always a pleasure to work on fantastic new material!

Musical Improv Training at UCB

Kathleen recently completed Musical Improv 101 at the Upright Citizens Brigade Training Center, taught by Eric Gersen!

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