Katelin has been cast to perform Sonnet 105 for The Sonnet Project with New York Shakespeare Exchange. This archive of short films, each featuring a different actor performing a different sonnet in a different NYC location, is now co-sponsored by The Globe Theatre in London, and is being used to teach Shakespeare in high schools and colleges.
Katelin and her husband were thrilled to welcome their daughter Sylvia into the world in March 2016. They are thoroughly enjoying the adventure of parenthood, and all the delightful chaos it brings to their lives.
Katelin recently made her Lincoln Center debut in Lincoln Center Originals - The CRY HAVOC Company at the David Rubenstein Atrium. CRY HAVOC, where she is a Resident Artist, was commissioned to create an evening of site-specific short plays inspired by the environment of the Atrium, the events of the Lincoln Center Campus, and the songs of special musical guest The Silver State. She played one half of a lesbian couple grappling with infertility and motherhood, not to mention they're late for The King and I. They performed for a packed, standing-room-only crowd, and Lincoln Center President Jed Bernstein moderated a lively and engaged discussion afterwards.