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Kate Mann Kate Mann is a student at the University of Wisconsin pursuing her B.A. in Theatre & Drama - Acting Specialist and Communication Arts. She is a proud member of UW’s Undergraduate Theatre Association and InterMission Theatre. Memorable performance credits include Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, Space Voyage: The Musical Frontier (Choreographer/Carla Millenium), The Cradle Will Rock (President Prexy), and South Pacific (Cora).



BWW Reviews: HOUSEBOUND Sets Bar High for Student Productions
March 17, 2014

University of Wisconsin senior and acting specialist student, Hannah Ripp-Dieter set the bar for student written pieces high this week, with her performance of her senior thesis, Housebound. The show, with book by Hannah Ripp-Dieter and music by Hannah Ripp-Dieter, Meghan Rose, and Jake Ripp-Dieter, far surpasses the expectations for a student written piece. Housebound is clever, charming, and different, with a perfect balance of serious and comic moments.

BWW Reviews: BROADCAST Offers Heartwarming Look at the Age of Radio
March 13, 2014

The golden age of radio seems farther and farther behind us, but this weekend at the Bartell Theatre that was not so. InterMission Theatre's production of Broadcast, a new musical by composer Scott Murphy and writer Nathan Christensen, offers a heartwarming look at the development of wireless communication, and peoples' struggle to connect.

BWW Reviews: LES MISERABLES Captivates Madison, WI Audiences
August 16, 2013

Four Seasons Theatre's production of Les Miserables goes miles above the rest with brilliant direction, passionate performers. Mitby Theater through 8/18.

BWW Interviews: Wisconsin Premiere of BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON to Rock Madison Theater Audiences
July 17, 2013

Local theatre company, Music Theatre of Madison, is presenting the Wisconsin premiere of Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson July 19-27th. The show, written by Michael Friedman and Alex Timbers is unconventional and politically incorrect, but is a very different and surprisingly heartfelt look at the life of Andrew Jackson and the 19th century.

BWW Reviews: Haunting Performance of EDGAR ALLAN POE'S NEVERMORE
June 20, 2013

Music Theatre of Madison's performance of Edgar Allan Poe's Nevermore leaves audiences thrilled, haunted.