Cat Tate Starmer
Cat Tate Starmer Recent designs include The Winter's Tale, Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express (Alley Theatre); Hurricane Diane, They Promised Her the Moon (Old Globe); Steel Magnolias, Frankenstein (Guthrie Theater); Hold These Truths (TheatreWorks: Silicon Valley, Guthrie Theater, PlayMakers Rep); Georgia Mertching is Dead (Ensemble Studio Theatre, Off-Broadway); Buzz (Alabama Shakespeare Festival); The Winning Side (Epic Theatre Ensemble, Off-Broadway). She has been a guest lecturer and designer at Yale, Princeton, Brown, Barnard, and Bard College. Cat designed the architectural lighting for Plaza 33, a pedestrian plaza near Penn Station in NYC and received two Lumen awards and a SOURCE Award for her architectural work with Focus Lighting. She is currently a lecturer in lighting design at Rutgers University Mason Gross School of the Arts and company manager for the August Wilson Monologue Competition. MFA: Yale School of Drama.