Kate Michaud

Kate is an actress of the stage, screen, and street. Originally from Maine, she moved to New York after receiving her B.A. in Theater and French to attend The Lee Strasberg Theater and Film Institute on a scholarship from her alma mater, Connecticut College. Favorite Connecticut College productions include Uncle Vanya (Vanya), Private Eyes (Lisa), and co-directing and performing in Fetes de la Nuit by Charles Mee. Kate spent her Fall 2005 semester at The National Theater Institute at The Eugene O’Neill Theater Center and her Spring 2006 semester at The Sorbonne in Paris. Since moving to New York, a few notable performances have been The Snow White Project (Alliance Francaise, dir. Catherine Bay), Miss Julie (Columbia University), Girl Words (FullStop Collective), Negative Space (FullStop Collective at The Looking Glass Theatre), and producing and acting in a week of 365 Days/365 Plays (FullStop Collective). Kate is a member of The Flea Theater’s resident acting company, the Bats, with whom she performed in The Great Recession by Will Eno, directed by Jim Simpson. Look for her in Central Park, performing monologues for passers-by (whether they like it or not) most afternoons as long as the weather holds. Seeking representation. www.KateMichaud.com