Ms. Kate E. Reedy
Phone: (502) 736-8294
Ms. Reedy is over the moon to be back with the Trinity High School Department of Theatre Arts Family for the 2019-2020 season. She has a BFA in Musical Theatre and a Jazz dance minor from Point Park University in Pittsburgh, PA. Originally from Louisville, she is thrilled to be returning to the Trinity Theatre stage and continuing her directorial career for one of her favorite theatre companies. Directorial/Choreographic credits include: Tarzan, 1984, Rock of Ages, and The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged. Performance credits include The Addams Family, Peter Pan, Beauty and the Beast, Nine to Five, Captain Louie, High School Musical, Legally Blonde and White Christmas at Derby Dinner Playhouse; Legally Blonde, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Rent, Ragtime and Company at CenterStage; The Rocky Horror Show, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Carousel, The Light in the Piazza, and Peter and the Wolf at the Pittsburgh Playhouse. Brigadoon, 42nd Street, Cinderella, Hello, Dolly! and Beauty and the Beast with Music Theatre of Louisville; Beauty and the Beast and Annie with Jeffersonville River Pops! And, if you head back a little, her first experience with Trinity Theatre includes Carousel, Bat Boy, Babes in Arms, and Kiss Me, Kate. Other favorites include POP!, Sweet Charity, Show Boat and The Music Man. Choreography credits also at Trinity High School include You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, 110 In the Shade, Good News, Lucky Stiff, The Robber Bridegroom, and The King and I. Other choreographic experiences include Anchorage Children's Theatre, Point Park University, CenterStage, Pittsburgh Playhouse, Kentucky State Fair, Youth Performing Arts School, and Music Theatre of Louisville. Ms. Reedy also is one of the proud stage managers of Abbey Road on the River. She would like to thank her friends and family, especially her mother, father and Kevin for always supporting her; and the Trinity High School faculty and staff for continuing to support her and the Department of Theatre Arts. She would like to thank the parents of her wonderful students for trusting her with their sons and daughters and allowing them to teach her new ideas and give her new inspiration every day. She would also like to thank Mr. William P. Bradford II for all his guidance, support, and the incredible education he has given her. And most importantly, she would like to thank her students in this cast and crew for their hard work and their trust in her to lead the way. She is so proud of the wonderful growth they have accomplished, and the incredible family they have built.