Pasadena Playhouse announces that tickets are now on sale for KATE, comedian Kate Berlant’s hit show direct from New York, from January 17 through February 11, 2024. Tickets are available at pasadenaplayhouse.org, by phone at 626-356-7529, and at the box office at 39 South El Molino Avenue, Pasadena, CA 91101. KATE is directed by Bo Burnham.
In her widely celebrated one-woman show, revered comedian Kate Berlant explores the events of her life that have brought her to this moment. Embodying many characters in this tour de force performance, she expertly morphs before our eyes and exposes a truth she has, until now, kept hidden.
The New Yorker says “Berlant, who has a Lucille Ball-level prowess for physical comedy, plays the show’s multiple characters, as well as multiple versions of herself: the starry-eyed ingénue, the tyrannical diva, the Warholian performance artist, and, truest to life, the super-talented entertainer who has yet to find her breakout role.”
Named a New York Times Critic’s Pick and one of the “Best of the Year” by the New York
Times, Vanity Fair, Variety, Theatrely and more, The Guardian says KATE is “the one-woman show to end all one-woman shows.”
Tickets at pasadenaplayhouse.org or by calling 626-356-7529.
Kate Berlant is an Emmy nominated comedian, actress and writer. She most recently concluded her first sold out London and second sold out New York run of KATE, her one-woman off-Broadway play, to a rapturous response, “the New York City Show to See” (Vulture). Her comedy special Cinnamon in the Wind (directed by Bo Burnham) is now streaming on Hulu. In addition, her A24/Peacock sketch comedy special Would It Kill You to Laugh?, created with her collaborator John Early, has been nominated for both a Critic’s Choice and Primetime Emmy award. Kate’s film credits include Kristoffer Borgli’s Dream Scenario, Olivia Wilde’s Don’t Worry Darling, Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and Boots Riley’s Sorry to Bother You. She can currently be seen on the Amazon series A League of Their Own, starring alongside Abbi Jacobsen and Nick Offerman; her additional television credits include Search Party, The Other Two, Transparent, and I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson, as well as her celebrated episode of Netflix’s The Characters. She was named a Just for Laughs “New Face of Comedy” and a Variety “Ten to Watch.”