With several projects already rolling down the pipeline, this next year is shaping up to be at once chaotic, challenging, and fruitful:
- Caitlin is currently interning with The Wooster Group, the experimental downtown theater company founded by Elizabeth LeCompte, Spalding Gray, Jim Clayburgh, Ron Vawter, Willem Dafoe, Kate Valk, and Peyton Smith in 1975.
- Caitlin is pleased as punch to direct the world premiere of Ben Holbrook's gorgeous and hilarious play, The Whale and the Dog Star, for Fundamental Theater Project in October of 2018.
- She will be working again with director Katherine Wilkinson on her devised piece, Lordes, based on the work of “Black Lesbian Feminist Mother Poet Warrior" Audre Lorde, at Columbia University in October 2018.
- She is also developing a new work with playwright Mara Thomas for a full production at The Tank in spring of 2019. Tentatively titled Year of the Monkey, this play is a surreal horror show centered on a squadron of warriors who use their feminine intuition/rage/rituals/nature power to wage literal war on the patriarchy—in the jungle—in 1968. Think Audre Lorde does Apocalypse Now.