Caite Hevner Kemp Biography

Gender: Female

Scenic design credits include: Smokey Joe’s Café, Arena Stage (upcoming); Triassic Parq, Off-Broadway; Eurydice, Barnard College; La Scala di Seta and Il Cambiale di Matrimonio, The Juilliard School; Miss Lilly Get Boned, Billy Witch and My Base and Scurvy Heart, Studio 42; Friends Don't Let Friends, Less Than Rent at Walkerspace; The Myths We Need, Purple Rep at The Monkey; Refrain, The Wild Project; Three Times She Knocked, NYC Fringe; My Way and Little Shop of Horrors, Infinity Theatre Company; RENT, Yale Dramat; The Tenth Floor, NYMF; a precarious looking stool, RIFT and Lady Windermere’s Fan, NYU Graduate Acting; Rx and The Further Adventures of Suzanne and Monica, Chautauqua Theater Company; The Hairy Ape, Columbia Stages.

Scenic and Projection design credits include: Surviving Twin, Playmakers Rep; Son of a Gun, Off-Broadway; Tail! Spin!, NYC Fringe; MARCH, Red Fern Theatre Company; The Farnsworth Invention, Bergen Stages; La Traviata, Hubbard Hall Opera Theater; The Laramie Project, Ramapo College.

Projection design credits include: HONKY, Urban Stages; TEN, Partial Comfort Productions; Jukebox Jackie, La MaMa Ellen Stewart Theatre; Tales from My Parents’ Divorce, The Civilians at The Flea Theater, Williamstown Theatre Festival, and ArtsEmerson; Le Bel Indifferent, La Voix Humaine, and La Dame a la Licorne; Greenwich Music Festival; Carmen, Allentown Symphony.

Caite holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from NYU Tisch School of the Arts, a Graduate Certificate from Yale School of Drama, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Florida State University. Caite is a member of Wingspace Theatrical Design, where she is currently working on such projects as the exhibition design for the USA exhibit at the 2015 Prague Quadrennial. She is a resident artist at Studio 42. Caite is an adjunct faculty member at Ramapo College, teaching scenic design.