-OH, LIZA is live on the web! Click HERE to visit our home sweet internet home & peep the trailer for the series, which will officially premiere online on MARCH 18TH!
-The OH, LIZA PREMIERE PARTY is on Thursday, March 13th!!! Join us at Littlefield in Brooklyn at 8pm for live music, dancing, and a screening of the first two episodes of the series. Get your tickets NOW!
-Kaitlin has been cast in the film, Death and Cupcakes, which will shoot in the Spring of 2014. More info to come!
-Kaitlin's new play, Outside Your Dad's Wake, played one-night-only at Atlantic Stage 2 as a part of the Atlantic Acting School's Alumni Night.
-Kaitlin's play, Where it Feels, was read on December 2nd at 8pm at the Paradise Factory as a part of Crashbox Theater Company's READ.PLAY.WRITE.
-In non Liza-related news, Kaitlin has been made an Artistic Associate with Colt Coeur & is very, very honored to be a part of this company of extraordinary artists.
-After raising some serious $$$, OH, LIZA officially went into production on September 28th and shot for two weeks on location in Suburban New Jersey. We had a blast! Check out pictures from our shoot on our facebook page.
-OH, LIZA ran an incredibly successful kickstarter campaign. Thank you all for your overwhelming support!
-Check out OH, LIZA's website. More coming soon! Stay tuned, y'all.
-Kaitlin's latest project, OH, LIZA, a webseries co-written with the fabulous Cat Coyne, is officially in pre-production! (In the meantime, check out Cat's hi-larious alter-ego, Colleen.)
-Where it Feels was named a finalist for the ESPA Drills Reading Series!
-Kaitlin filmed a snappy cameo as an angry Christian girl on the go in the upcoming feature film, Paper Dreams.
-Kaitlin had a wonderful time at the Orchard Project with Colt Coeur!!
-Kaitlin's new play, So Far: a play that happens when lights are dim, voices are quiet and sleep is near was presented to a full-house on Sunday, May 19th at 8pm with Rhapsody Collective.
-Kaitlin performed as Zig Zag, a superhero's sidekick who can run as fast as the speed of light, in the world-premiere of Gina Femia's Kickin' It at Play on Words' 168 fest on April 25th at New Saloon.
-Kaitlin traveled twelve hours in a car (and back!) to spend a weekend at the Humana Festival at Actors Theater of Louisville!
-Kaitlin participated in a very fancy reading of Nikole Beckwith's Everything is Ours with Colt Coeur, directed by Adrienne Campbell-Holt.
-An excerpt of Kaitlin's play, Where it Feels, was presented in Relationship Exposure: an evening of short plays about dating, love, and commitment, produced by the amazing folks at Play on Words on February 7th and February 14th at Niagara Bar on Avenue A and 7th in NYC.
Happy New Year!!!
-Kaitlin kicked off 2013 by traveling to San Francisco at the end of the month to do a workshop of her play, Where it Feels, with her friends from the up and coming theater company, Do it Live. The workshop culimnated in a public reading of the play on Sunday, January 27th at 6pm at the Red Poppy Art House in SF.
-Kaitlin is also in the beginning stages of developing a new, world-premiere play with Rhapsody Collective, which will have a reading in May of this year.
-Kaitlin made her performance art debut at the MoMa in Martha Rosler's Meta Monumental Garage Sale!!
-Kaitlin's short play, The Story of Jackson Greene, was a part of the inaugural Play on Words reading series at Niagara Bar in the East Village.
-Kaitlin is thrilled to be working with Colt Coeur. Check us out for more information about our monthly Play Hotel reading series & more!
-Kaitlin has returned from a fabulous summer at the Williamstown Theatre Festival, where she had the opportunity to be in Greg Keller's world premiere play, Tripolitania, work on The Elephant Man with Bradley Cooper and Patricia Clarkson and produce a reading of her play, Where it Feels, with fellow apprentices at the Festival. As for this fall, Kaitlin is gearing up to start her next writing projects and has just signed on to be a resident playwright for Rhapsody Collective's premiere cycle of new play development.
-Kaitlin is getting out of New York City for 10 weeks this summer to be an acting apprentice at the Williamstown Theatre Festival!
-Kaitlin completed the writing of her first full-length play, Where it Feels, and presented a selection of it in a reading series at ESPA through Primary Stages.
-¡Stop Being Terrible! performs in Act One at The PIT on Saturday, April 14th to a very enthusiastic crowd.
-Check out Kaitlin's interview with the awesome kate-book.com-- a blog dedicated to celebrating the great Kates of the world!
-¡Stop Being Terrible! opens for Student Driver at Indie Road at The PIT Underground on March 18th.
-Kaitlin had the honor of assisting for the lovely Stella Powell-Jones on MightyLittle's The Naked Side of Grace.
-Kaitlin graduated from the conservatory at The Atlantic Acting School.
-Kaitlin directed Sheila Callaghan's Dead City. Produced by Citizen16 at Atlantic Stage 2.