Caitlin Morris

Birth Place: St. Petersburg, FL

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Caitlin Morris has been seen in The Things That Were There at Bushwick Starr (dir. Lee Sunday Evans), Minor Character at The Public's Under the Radar (dir. Morgan Green), Drunk Shakespeare, Sehnsucht at JACK & I thought I would die but I didn't (both dir. Sarah Blush), at United Solo Festival (sold-out run of Happily Never Ever by Gina Femia), HERE Arts Center, The Brick, Ars Nova ANT Fest, Dixon Place, and more. Regional: Williamstown Theatre Festival (Valley of Fear dir. Lila Neugebauer, workshop of Love's Labours Lost dir. Alex Timbers), Contemporary American Theatre Company, Arrow Rock Lyceum, and the Dixie Theatre. BFA: Otterbein University. Lifetime member of the Actors Studio. Co-Founder of Pitch Her Productions, a nonprofit for women in film.

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SOUNDTRIP Will Receive Two Encore Producers' Award Performances

The world premiere of SoundTrip, an interactive audio experience redefining live theatre, is the winner of three 2023 Hollywood Fringe Festival awards, including Immersive & Games, Best of Broadwater, and Pick of the Fringe.

SOUNDTRIP Makes Premiere at Hollywood Fringe

The world premiere of SoundTrip, an interactive audio experience redefining live theatre, is set for five shows only in the 2023 Hollywood Fringe Festival. The schedule is Sunday 6/4 at 6:30pm; Wednesday 6/14 at 5pm; Saturday 6/17 at 7:30pm; Thursday 6/22 at 8pm; and Sunday 6/25 at 11am. Running time is 60 minutes.

The Other Palace Announces Premiere Of Olly Novello's New Musical THE VERGE OF FOREVER

Olly Novello's new musical The Verge of Forever, a coming of age song cycle about the quest of aspiring actors to find their place in the world, with Musical Direction by Niall Casserly, will premiere at The Other Palace Theatre on 12th March 2023.

THE ANTELOPE PARTY Extends Off-Broadway

Dutch Kills Theater has announced an extension of its acclaimed New York Premiere of 2018 Weissberger Award for Playwriting nominee THE ANTELOPE PARTY by Eric John Meyer. Performances will now run through December 4 at The Wild Project.

BWW Review: Cosplay and Camaraderie Are Magic at Dutch Kills Theater Company's THE ANTELOPE PARTY

Brony-bonded and fully invested in cosplay camaraderie, the diverse ensemble of actors in Dutch Kills Theater Company's THE ANTELOPE PARTY at The Wild Project take playwright Eric John Meyer's prescient character-driven dramedy on a wild ride.

Photos: THE ANTELOPE PARTY Premieres Off-Broadway

Dutch Kills Theater is presenting the New York Premiere of THE ANTELOPE PARTY by Eric John Meyer. It is directed by 2017 Lucille Lortel Award winner Jess Chayes (HOME/SICK, Half Moon Bay) with dramaturgy by Sarah Lunnie (What the Constitution Means to Me, Grand Horizons, Hillary and Clinton, A Doll’s House Part 2). 

Casting Set For THE ANTELOPE PARTY, Beginning November 4 

After an acclaimed premiere in Chicago, Dutch Kills Theater (Temping, The Sister, The Providence of Neighboring Bodies) will present the New York Premiere of 2018 Weissberger Award for Playwrighting nominee THE ANTELOPE PARTY by Eric John Meyer.

Out Of the Box Theatrics to Present Excerpt of #ETERNITY for OFF THE COUCH Play Festival

Founding Producing Artistic Director a??Liz Flemminga?? and Out of the Box Theatrics will present an excerpt from Lauren Jenning's a??#Eternity a??as its third installment of a??Off The Couch a??- a virtual new works play festival dedicated to OOTB's mission to diversify American theater by providing an inclusive and accessible platform for artists and patrons.

Bailey Williams' I THOUGHT I WOULD DIE BUT I DIDN'T to Premiere at The Tank This May

The Tank will present the World Premiere of I thought I would die but I didn't by Bailey Williams (Buffalo Bailey's Ranch for Gay Horses, Troubled Teen Girls and Other: a 90 Minute Timeshare Presentation at the 2018 Exponential Festival), directed by Sarah Blush (Sehnsucht at JACK), at The Tank (312 West 36th Street between 8th and 9th Avenues), May 9-23.

BWW Review: At The Public's Under The Radar Festival, New Saloon's MINOR CHARACTER Riffs on a Chekhov Classic

At the commencement of MINOR CHARACTER, New Saloon's offering at the Public Theater's 2019 Under The Radar Festival, actor Madeline Wise stands downstage center, faces the audience and, with barely any body movement or facial expressions, begins rattling off the lines of various characters from the opening scene of Anton Chekhov's classic comedy of life's futility, UNCLE VANYA.

The Bushwick Starr Presents David Greenspan's THE THINGS THAT WERE THERE

The Bushwick Starr will collaborate with Abingdon Theatre Company in presenting The Things That Were There, a new play by award-winning playwright and performer David Greenspan (Strange Interlude by Transport Group, Go Back To Where You Are at Playwrights Horizons, The Myopia at The Foundry Theatre), directed by Lee Sunday Evans (Dance Nation at Playwrights Horizons, [PORTO] at WP Theater and The Bushwick Starr, Caught by Play Company).

The Bushwick Starr and Abingdon Theatre Company Present David Greenspan's THE THINGS THAT WERE THERE

The Bushwick Starr will collaborate with Abingdon Theatre Company in presenting The Things That Were There, a new play by award-winning playwright and performer David Greenspan (Strange Interlude by Transport Group, Go Back To Where You Are at Playwrights Horizons, The Myopia at The Foundry Theatre), directed by Lee Sunday Evans (Dance Nation at Playwrights Horizons, [PORTO] at WP Theater and The Bushwick Starr, Caught by Play Company).

Abingdon Theatre Co, WP Theatre & Colt Coeur Partner to Present New Play By Rehana Lew Mirza

Abingdon Theatre Company has announced the spring main stage production of their 26th season. Abingdon Theater Company teams up with WP Theater and Colt Coeur to present the world premiere of the 2017 Kilroys List play HateF by Rehana Lew Mirza and directed by Adrienne Campbell-Holt.

The Bushwick Starr and Abingdon Theatre Company Present David Greenspan's THE THINGS THAT WERE THERE

The Bushwick Starr will collaborate with Abingdon Theatre Company in presenting The Things That Were There, a new play by award-winning playwright and performer David Greenspan (Strange Interlude by Transport Group, Go Back To Where You Are at Playwrights Horizons, The Myopia at The Foundry Theatre), directed by Lee Sunday Evans (Dance Nation at Playwrights Horizons, [PORTO] at WP Theater and The Bushwick Starr, Caught by Play Company).

Bushwick Starr Presents THE THINGS THAT WERE THERE

The Bushwick Starr is thrilled to collaborate with Abingdon Theatre Company in presenting The Things That Were There, a new play by award-winning playwright and performer David Greenspan (Strange Interlude by Transport Group, Go Back To Where You Are at Playwrights Horizons, The Myopia at The Foundry Theatre), directed by Lee Sunday Evans (Dance Nation at Playwrights Horizons, [PORTO] at WP Theater and The Bushwick Starr, Caught by Play Company).

Abingdon Theatre Co Gala to Honor Donna Murphy Plus Performance From Upcoming CLOSER THAN EVER

Abingdon Theatre Company will launch their 26th season with a special one-night-only gala event on Monday, October 22 at The Edison Ballroom. The evening honors two-time Tony winner Donna Murphy (Hello, Dolly!; Passion; Wonderful Town).

Top Athletes Gathered For The Laureus Summit Presented By ESPN On Nelson Mandela's Centennial

More than two dozen athletes and leaders spoke at yesterday's Laureus Summit presented by ESPN at LA Live in Los Angeles, which aimed to shine a light on sports positive impact on youth and communities across the globe. Falling on the 100th birthday of Laureus founding patron Nelson Mandela, the summit also celebrated his legacy and propelled his belief that 'sport has the power the change the world.'

Photo Coverage: Inside Opening Night of THE POOL at The Flea Theater

The Pool, a pop-up theater company, will present three new plays in rotating rep from November 15 - December 16, 2017 in a limited 5-week engagement at The Flea Theater's brand-new Tribeca home, located at 20 Thomas Street. The plays are Susan Bernfield's TANIA IN THE GETAWAY VAN directed by Portia Krieger, Peter Gil-Sheridan's THE RAFA PLAY directed by Morgan Gould, and Lynn Rosen's WASHED UP ON THE POTOMAC directed by Jos Zayas.

Openings Start Monday Night For The Pool At The Flea Theater

The Pool, a pop-up theater company, will present three new plays in rotating rep from November 15 - December 16, 2017 in a limited 5-week engagement at The Flea Theater's brand-new Tribeca home, located at 20 Thomas Street. The plays are Susan Bernfield's TANIA IN THE GETAWAY VAN directed by Portia Krieger, Peter Gil-Sheridan's THE RAFA PLAY directed by Morgan Gould, and Lynn Rosen's WASHED UP ON THE POTOMAC directed by Jos Zayas.

Photo Flash: The Pool Presents Three Shows in Rotating Rep

The Pool, a pop-up theater company, will present three new plays in rotating rep from November 15 - December 16, 2017 in a limited 5-week engagement at The Flea Theater's brand-new Tribeca home, located at 20 Thomas Street. The plays are Susan Bernfield's TANIA IN THE GETAWAY VAN directed by Portia Krieger, Peter Gil-Sheridan's THE RAFA PLAY directed by Morgan Gould, and Lynn Rosen's WASHED UP ON THE POTOMAC directed by Jos Zayas.

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