Katie Pedro is a Brooklyn based director and theatre maker interested in making female centric work that deals with reclaiming our historical narratives, experimenting with live video and other media, understanding queer identities, and magical realism
Past directing credits include Samuel Beckett’s Play, Landsharks, and Third Bride (Troy Foundry Theatre), Monte, Tennessee and Buffalo Buffalo (Exquisite Corpse Company), Pioneer (Hunger & Thirst Theatre), Maria Irene Fornes’ Fefu and Her Friends (Sarah Lawrence College), Anton Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard (Dyckman Farmhouse Museum), Love Stories My Mother Told Me (Dixon Place).
Original Work: Homophobes and Whores (Sarah Lawrence College Graduate Projects Festival), Love Stories My Mother Told Me (Dixon Place, Sarah Lawrence College GradWorks)
Assistant Directing: Marisol (Sarah Lawrence College, Martin Balmaceda), And Then They Came for Me (Theatre Institute at Sage, David Baecker), Cadence: A Final Roll Call (Sarah Lawrence College, Christine Ferrell), Suzy Storck (PEN World Voices International Play Festival, Sara Rademacher)
A Short Life of Trouble: A Play with Appalachian Music by Brandy M. Carie, Everyday Inferno Theatre Company, August 8-18, Summit Rock, Central Park
Models of Perfection, The Dare Tactic FactorEEE Workshop, September 2019
Apprentice, League of Prefessional Theatre Women. BS, Russell Sage College. MFA, Sarah Lawrence College