Biography

An actor, teacher and voice over artist, Kate has appeared on Seattle area stages for Intiman Theatre, ACT Theatre, Book-It Repertory Theatre, Empty Space Theatre, Tacoma Actors Guild, New Century Theatre, Seattle Shakespeare Company/Wooden O, New City Theatre, and regionally at The American Repertory Theatre in Cambridge, MA. She is a founding member of upstart crow collective, an all-female Shakespeare collective, and appeared in their productions of King John and Titus Andronicus, both directed by Rosa Joshi. Kate is a graduate of the American Repertory Theatre Institute at Harvard. She is an adjunct faculty member in the Seattle University Fine Arts Department in Theatre, and is a Certified Fitzmaurice Voicework instructor. Her voice over work can be heard regionally and nationally in video games and commercials.

Bring Down the House

Adapted by Rosa Joshi and Kate Wisniewski

Directed by Rosa Joshi

A thunderous, all-female, two-part adaptation of Shakespeare’s Henry VI trilogy

The Importance of Being Earnest

By Oscar Wilde
Directed by Victor Pappas

Oscar Wilde’s outlandish comedy where elaborate double deceptions lead to romance.

Richard II

By William Shakespeare
Directed by Rosa Joshi

Shakespeare’s lyrical tale of an ill-suited king toppled from his throne.

Much Ado About Nothing

By William Shakespeare
Directed by Sheila Daniels

Performed in parks throughout the Puget Sound region

With sparkling prose, "Much Ado About Nothing" illustrates the beauty and complexity of human relationships and will win your heart again and again.

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