Directing New Plays

The Voice of OC writes a piece about the OC-Centic New Play Festival. As a director in this year's festival, writer Eric Marchese interview's Katie about the experience. See article below or visit here. O.C. Playwrights to be Showcased in an Upcoming New Play Festival of ‘Uncommon’ One-Act Tales Anyone connected with theater will tell you that with any show, it all starts with the writing. That places an especially high premium on organizations dedicated to encouraging existing and new playwrights by fostering and workshopping their plays. The OC-Centric New Play Festival, now in its ninth year, aims to showcase the talents of seasoned playwrights as well as those at the start of their caree

Good, Better, Best, Bested

It's the 10 year anniversary of this event that I feel like I have to share. When the Hunger Artist's Theater Co applied for the rights to Edward Albee's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?", they were granted with the condition that we couldn't have any written reviews of the production or do any print marketing. Why these would be the conditions for doing the show, we were never told. Being in Orange County, there was always a strange relationship with the theater in community in Los Angeles, which we didn't really share an audience with. The director, Brey Ann Barrett, had an idea to get around this loophole. She reached out to the OC Weekly and pitched this preview article to Joel Beers. We

I'm shy but I'm still on social media.

Mostly just being snarky.

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