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Cate Heiner (she/her/hers)

PhD Program
Cate Heiner

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M.A., Literary and Cultural Studies, Carnegie Mellon University, 2018
Honors B.A., Theatre Studies, University of Utah, 2017
Honors B.A., Writing and Rhetoric Studies, University of Utah, 2017

Catherine Heiner is a doctoral student in the School of Drama at the University of Washington. Her work as a dramaturg has included productions of As You Like It, American Idiot, Self-Defense or Death of Some Salesmen, The Wolves, and the world premier of An Evening with Two Awful Men. She has presented research at the Association for Theatre in Higher Education annual conference, the Mid-America Theatre Conference, and the Comparative Drama Conference, and her work has been published in Etudes and Ecumenica. She is currently pursuing certification in intimacy design, which she plans to utilize in her research on theories of affect and the relationship between embodied performance and emotional response.

Cate is also pursuing her 200 hour yoga teaching certification, and spends free time either playing ukulele or out for a run.

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Professional Affiliations: 
ATHE--Religion and Theatre Focus Group, MATC, ASTR, Univ. of Utah Fine Arts Ambassadors