About Christin Cato

Christin Eve Cato is a native New Yorker with a background in performing arts and production, who is currently pursuing an M.F.A. in Playwriting at Indiana University. She completed her B.A. degree from Fordham University, and is also a graduate from Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School for Music and Art and the Performing Arts. Cato is affiliated with NYC theater companies, Pregones/PRTT (ensemble member); INTAR Theatre (UNIT 52 ensemble member); Hip-Hop Theatre Company, Rhymes Over Beats (producing member). Credits Include- New York Theater: Dancing in My Cockroach Killers (Pregones/PRTT); Job (World Premiere/ The Flea Theater); I Hate Fucking Mexicans (World Premiere/The Flea Theater); Shadow Box (Open Hydrant Theater Co.); Satyricoño (INTAR); Marfa Lights (INTAR); The Beacons (New York Premiere/ INTAR); Juliet & Romeo (The Brick); Ribbon About a Bomb (Exquisite Corpse Company at Governor’s Island); Showtime (MITF) Regional Theater: Dancing In My Cockroach Killers (DC Premiere/Gala Hispanic Theatre & Pregones/PRTT); Patience, Fortitude, and other Anti-Depressants (LA Premiere/The LATC).

Recent Credits

At First Sight - A Festival of New Plays

IU Theatre — 2nd Year MFA Playwright

At First Sight - A Festival of New Plays

IU Theatre — Lauren Seldon (Haus of Mirth)