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Kathleen Donohue*

Kathleen Donohue*

Kathleen Donohue*

Kathleen Patrick Donohue was a founding member of TheaterWorks of Boston, Inc. Some of her credits include over 100 performances of Living in Exile- a re-telling of the Iliad by Jon Lipsky in venues such as the Cy Twombly Gallery at the Philadelphia Museum of Art; the Remis Auditorium at Boston Museum of Fine Art; the Performance Space 122 in New York City; Merrimack Repertory Theater and Gloucester Stage, both in Massachusetts; and in colleges and universities throughout the Northeast Corridor, as well as at the theater festival in Edinburgh, Scotland. She co-adapted (from a John Barth novella) and performed in Sheherazade’s Sister at the Hasty Pudding Theater in Cambridge MA, as part of American Repertory Theatre’s guest series. She wrote and performed a one-woman play entitled, The Complete Guide to Idol Cooking or Jane Goodall Won’t Eat My Salmon, which she performed in several New England theaters including the Merrimack Repertory Theater and Gloucester Stage. She acted in two Williams’ one-act plays, Thank You Kind Spirit and I Can’t Imagine Tomorrow, in Provincetown, MA, at the Tennessee Williams Theater Festival, and portrayed Blanche in Robbie MacCauley’s production of A Streetcar Named Desire in Roxbury MA. She understudied the role of Kathleen in Terra Nova at the Huntington Theater, and played all the female roles in Wenceslaus Square at Gloucester Stage. At the Nora Theater Company, she played Dora Strang in their production of Equus and the principle female role in Lady From Havana at the Vineyard Playhouse on Martha’s Vineyard. Ms. Donohue has performed the role of Gertrude at the Cutler Majestic Theater in an Emerson College production of Hamlet, directed my Maureen Shea. She also performed Long Bridge Over Deep Water, directed by Brent Jennings, at Emerson. Ms. Donohue is an Associate Professor and senior member of the acting faculty at Emerson College.
Israeli Stage: Apples from the Desert

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