Interviews with NYC's Indie Theatre Directors

About Cat

Cat Parker

Cat Parker

Cat Parker is a theatrical director in New York City, and the Artistic Director of the award-winning Articulate Theatre Company. She has directed new, classic, dramatic, comedic, fantastical, realistic and award winning productions. Cat has a background in both management and the arts. While in the US Air Force, she belonged to an elite team that tested facilities on their ability to perform during war-time readiness, and also helped coordinate her division’s “Tops in Blue” talent show. Her educational degrees are in both management and directing. She directed regionally for several years before moving to NYC in 2002. Cat has directed both free-lance and as the Producing Director at T. Schreiber Studio, where she produced the entire season and directed productions as well.  In 2014, she was inducted into the Indie Hall of Fame. She also dabbles in dog rescue and gardening. Recently, she has begun work on a book about NYC’s ‘Indie” directors.

6 comments on “About Cat

  1. Sonoko Kawahara
    May 31, 2013

    Dear Cat

    Thank you so much for this opportunity. I feel honred to be included in your DirectorSpeak. I really feel we talked each other face to face already and made friend each other. I hope you have a chance to come to see Deadly She-Wolf which is really special show in NYC. Otherwise good luck with your directing carre too!
    All the best,

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  6. Mary Lou Quinlan
    July 1, 2014

    Dear Cat, Love this site. Saw your notice on USA to Edinburgh. My director/co-writer/acting coach Martha Wollner (of the LAByrinth Theater Company) has worked with me for nearly three years as we took my book “The God Box” and used it as the basis for my solo show “The God Box, A Daughter’s Story” about to go to the Edinburgh Fringe. Martha will be going with me to the Festival and it would be so cool if you interviewed her for your series. A true and loving (and beloved) citizen of the theater world. Certainly, of mine. Mary Lou Quinlan

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