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SAVAGE/LOVE   |   The Pocket Theater (Seattle, WA. Feb. 2015)
THE GIFT OF THE MAGI   |   Book-It Repertory Theatre (Seattle, WA. Dec. 2014)       
ALMOST, MAINE   |   Taproot Theatre Company (Seattle, WA. June 2014)​
JANE FONDA'S WORKOUT BOOK   |   Book-It Repertory Theatre (Seattle, WA. Feb. 2014)
ALL IN THE TIMING   |   The Impromptu Shakespeare Company (Hamilton, MA. Aug. 2013)  
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM   |   Shakespeare in the Park (Beverly, MA. July 2012)     
HANGING ON   |   Hallie Flanagan Studio Theater (Northampton, MA. May 2012)     
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING   |      Shakespeare in the Park (Beverly, MA. July 2011)
TWELFTH NIGHT   |     Shakespeare in the Park (Beverly, MA. July 2010)
ALICE IN WONDERLAND   |     Peter Peter Pumpkin Theatre (Hamilton, MA. June 2010)


Youth Theatre Northwest     |   Lead Teacher/Director      |   Mercer Island, W

 Taproot Theatre Company      |   Dramaturg   |   Seattle, WA

Theatre Battery  |   Casting Director  |   Kent, WA


Kathryn Stewart is a freelance director based in Seattle, as well as the casting director for Theatre Battery in Kent, Washington. She recently assisted director Daniel Goldstein as he staged Snapshots (by Stephen Schwartz and David Stern) at Village Theatre. She began directing when she created a Shakespeare in the Park festival on the North Shore of Boston, producing and directing Twelfth Night (2010), Much Ado About Nothing (2011) and A Midsummer Night's Dream (2012). At Smith College, she staged Samantha Noble's The Stength of Stones as part of the Kahn Institute's "Evil" project. Since moving to Seattle, she’s enjoyed working with theatres such as ACT (assistant director for Vanya, Sonia, Masha and Spike by Christopher Durang; director for Misdirection by Maritess Zurbano ACTLab), Intiman Theatre Festival (assistant director for We Won't Pay! We Won't Pay! by Dario Fo), Book-It Repertory Theatre, and Taproot Theatre Company. Last year, she worked with choreographer Markeith Whiley and award-winning composer Michael Owcharuk to create an interdisciplinary ensemble production of Sam Shepard and Joe Chaikin's Savage/Love. 

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