September 22, 2017

Brewer Performs at Kennedy Center Page-to-Stage Festival

Cate Brewer, lecturer in theatre and dance, performed at the 16th annual Kennedy Center page-to-stage festival. Cate performed in two play readings for the festival: A Requiem for Sherlock Holmes by Greg Oliver Bodine and The Knot by Liz Maestri.

Cate Brewer Understudies at Folger Theatre

Cate Brewer, lecturer in the Department of Theatre and Dance, was in the understudy company for Aaron Posner’s production of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead at Folger Theatre. She will also play a lead role in Cold As Death, an adaptation of Thomas Middleton’s The Second Maiden’s Tragedy, for the Capital Fringe Festival this July.

 

Cate Brewer Performs at Kennedy Center

Cate Brewer, faculty member in the department of Theatre and Dance, played the role of the Red Queen in Monique LaForce’s latest play, Virago, for the Kennedy Center Page-to-Stage Festival this past weekend.

Washington Post Reviews Fringe Show

This summer, Cate Brewer, faculty in the Department of Theatre and Dance, starred in Monique LaForce’s new work entitled: Isis and Vesco Investigate the Curious Death of Dr. Freud in DC’s Capital Fringe Festival. The production was well-received, and according to Jane Horwitz of the Washington Post “Brewer’s Isis commands the Stage.”

Check out the reviews:

Washington Post Review

Washington City Paper Review

 

Cate Brewer Co-Chairs National Theatre Conference

Cate Brewer, Lecturer in Theatre in the Department of Theatre and Dance, co-chaired the Practice/Production Symposium of The Mid-America Theatre Conference.  She also presented her paper entitled: “Contemporizing Commedia: Re-envisioning the Renaissance.”  Cate has presented at The Mid-America Theatre Conference for the last six years.