KATHERINE PITT is a dramaturg, director, and writer. She earned a B.A. from Yale in History and Theater Studies where she worked as a student archivist and producer. Ms. Pitt spent four years in Public Programs at the Folger Shakespeare Library where her work included coordinating events for the 2016 The Wonder of Will: 400 Years of Shakespeare celebration and serving as assistant dramaturg and assistant director on productions of Twelfth Night, Romeo and Juliet, and The Way of the World (dir. Theresa Rebeck). Her independent work includes essays on The Merry Widow for Opera Saratoga, Pericles for the Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival, and readings and productions with Seven Stages Shakespeare and Rude Grooms. Ms. Pitt has trained at RADA, Shakespeare & Company, and Double Edge, and earned All-American honors in foil fencing.