Kate recently graduated from McGill University with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and English Theatre and Drama. She is currently in her third and final year at Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts in Toronto.
The graduating class of Summer 2017 at Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts has launched into its final week of rehearsals for The Drowsy Chaperone. With every sound check, lighting cue and quick change, the vision of the show is coming closer to fruition and I can't help but feel immensely proud of how far we have come as a term since our journey here began two years ago.
As we bid farewell to our school and brace ourselves to face the 'real world', I find solace in the bonds we have created, the stories we have shared (with each other and with audiences) and the life skills we have learned that will stay with us, regardless of the path we choose to follow. (And yes, we also learned about acting.)THE DROWSY CHAPERONE at Randolph Theatre - Spotlight on Swings July 19, 2017
After 22 months of dancing our [ballet] buns off, running lines in the hallway and cheering loudly when someone belts a high note, the Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts' Summer 2017 graduating class is embarking on its final journey together--and what better journey's end than a whimsical 1920s-inspired monkey-filled musical parody!