What do I have to say for myself?
Cat Crowley is a Brooklyn-based playwright, originally hailing from sunny, "surfs-up" San Diego. They have spent the past decade immersed in the NYC theatre community, which has thoroughly shaped and inspired their voice and style as a writer. Cat employs humor, poetry, magical realism, and genre-bending to explore identity, love, queerness, spirituality, and the many other deep, unknowable things that keep us wondering what the hell we're doing here.
Cat has been fortunate to have received various opportunities to share their writing over the years. Their play House of Tomorrow was the recipient of the 2017 Boise Contemporary Theater River Prize, and received its world premiere production at Boise Contemporary in 2018. Their work has also been produced/developed at Page 73, Ars Nova ANT Fest, Fresh Ground Pepper’s PlayGround PlayGroup, Dixon Place, The Flea Theater (Serials series), The Duplex, The Tank, The Red Room, The Kraine Theater, Irondale Arts Ensemble, The Breadbox Theatre Co. (CA), and others.
Cat holds a BFA in Drama from the Playwrights Horizons Theater School at the Tisch School of the Arts.
The Oscar Wilde Memorial Sculpture in Dublin, Ireland
Photo by Sarah Goewey