Kate is a movement specialist who performs and devises original works of visual theater using objects and physical performance.
Her company, imnotlost, has been producing performances and events in New York City since 2003.
Well-known for it's large and unusual puppet objects, uncanny stories, and madcap character, imnotlost
is part of the fabric of a vibrant New York City puppetry scene.
Select directing and/ or design credits: The POOFS - Theater for One box in Times Square, DARK SPACE - Chashama on 42nd st, The EYE WHICH WE DO NOT HAVE - Dixon Place.
Read a full IMNOTLOST BIO here. Or visit the IMNOTLOST SITE
As a performer Kate is an advanced practitioner of the Margolis Method of Physical Acting and has toured extensively as a puppeteer for Basil Twist.
She has performed at many fun locations including Lincoln Center, the Kanazawa Fine Art Museum, the La Jolla Playhouse, Redcat, the LA Philharmonic,
the Swedish Cottage in Central Park, and the Royal Shakespeare Company. In addition to puppetry and physical acting, Kate has enjoyed flying onstage,
sings Mezzo Soprano and knows how to tap dance.
Select performing credits include, for Basil Twist: Arias With a Twist (Sweden, Red Cat), Petrushka (Lincoln Center, US Tour),
Dogugaeshi (Japan Society, Japan Tour, US Tour), Master Peter's Puppet Show (LA Philharmonic Orchestra).
Christopher Williams: The Golden Legend (DTW), Virgo Genetrix (Here Arts Center), Kazzum: The Sorcerer's Apprentice
Watch her Puppeteer Reel or View her character
Kate trains adults how to move and perform with objects, props, scenery, and costumes. Exercises address the body of the performer, its relationship to objects and space, and
breathing life into objects through movement. She recently trained the puppeteers for the 2010 National Tour of
Beauty and the Beast.
She has taught workshops in New York City through
her company imnotlost, Gertrude Stein Repertory Co. and Stone Soup Theater Arts.
In Europe she has taught at the Central School of Speech and Drama, Royal Holloway University, Media Lab Europe, and Ovalhouse Theatre.
Her popular series of videos, 'Puppeteering Through Movement'
is available online.