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Kate Cortesi

KATE CORTESI is a Brooklyn and Boston-based playwright and teacher. Her plays include Great Kills, A Patron of the Arts, One More Less, Love, Let's Pretend We're Married, and Is Edward Snowden Single?. She is a resident of New Dramatists, a Huntington Playwriting Fellow, and winner of the Princess Grace Award and the Sky Cooper New American Play Prize. Katecortesi.com

In Dialogue

Morgan Gould and Ren Dara Santiago with Kate Cortesi about the untimely closing of their plays due to you know what

If you’re not experiencing it in the theater, you’re not learning how to be brave. You’re not learning how to reach out. You’re not learning how to take up space. Theater’s the only place that teaches you how to do those things.

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