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Professor, Theater Department

Tisch School of the Arts

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Catherine Coray - Professor, Theater Department, Tisch School of the Arts at NYU


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Join three Arab American theatre artists as they discuss their creative process, the unique challenges of creating work about the Middle East, and how that work is received by American audiences: Jacob Kader (Food and Fadwa), Heather Raffo (Nine Parts of Desire), and Leila Buck (In the Crossing.) Moderated by Catherine Coray, director of the International hotINK Festival and Associate Arts Professor at NYU Tisch School of the Arts.


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Lark Staff - Catherine Coray
Catherine Coray, hotINK Curator and Director Catherine@larktheatre.org After many years of being a core partner of The Lark, Catherine officially joined the team when hotINK became a program of Lark in 2011. She has curated the hotINK Festival since 2002, and has been involved in the development and introduction of new plays, as an actor, director and curator since 1980. She has taught acting at the Tisch School of the Arts Experimental Theatre Wing since 1991; she has also taught at Lang College, Smith College and Brooklyn College as well as in San Antonio de los baños and Havana, Cuba; Santiago, Chile; Minsk, Belarus; and in Graz and Vienna, Austria. As an actor, she worked with directors such as Lois Weaver, Anne Bogart, Andre Gregory and Anna Deveare Smith, and has herself directed work by Keith Curran, Jessica Litwak, Richard Hoehler and Holly Hughes. Catherine is a member of the Lark Play Development Center's Artistic Cabinet and The Fence International Translation Network, and has served on the Board of Directors of the Epic Theatre Ensemble. She is a member of the Theatre Communications Group International Collaborations Task Force, and the International Committee of the League of Professional Theatre Women. Catherine teaches each fall at the NYU campus in Abu Dhabi, and is currently planning a conference on Middle Eastern Women in Theatre for spring of 2013. Recent projects: Dear Elizabeth by Sarah Ruhl (People's Light & Theatre Company), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Chautauqua Theatre Company), Penelope by Ellen McLaughlin & composer Sarah Kirkland Snider (Playmakers Repertory Company).


Lark Play Development Center

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Catherine Coray
hotINK Curator and Director After many years of being a core partner of the Lark, Catherine officially joined the team when hotINK became a program of Lark in 2011. She has curated the hotINK Festival since 2002, and has been involved in the development and introduction of new plays, as an actor, director and curator since 1980. She has taught acting at the Tisch School of the Arts Experimental Theatre Wing since 1991; she has also taught at Lang College, Smith College and Brooklyn College as well as in San Antonio de los baños and Havana, Cuba; Santiago, Chile; Minsk, Belarus; and in Graz and Vienna, Austria. As an actor, she worked with directors such as Lois Weaver, Anne Bogart, Andre Gregory and Anna Deveare Smith, and has herself directed work by Keith Curran, Jessica Litwak, Richard Hoehler and Holly Hughes. Catherine is a member of the Lark Play Development Center's Artistic Cabinet and The Fence International Translation Network, and has served on the Board of Directors of the Epic Theatre Ensemble. She is a member of the Theatre Communications Group International Collaborations Task Force, and the International Committee of the League of Professional Theatre Women. Catherine teaches each fall at the NYU campus in Abu Dhabi, and is currently planning a conference on Middle Eastern Women in Theatre for spring of 2013.


hotINK at the Lark - Staff

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CATHERINE CORAY is the director of the hotINK International Festival of Play Readings, which was presented each January at the NYU Tisch School of the Arts from 2002-2010, and is now part of the Lark Play Development Center.
Catherine has taught acting at the Tisch School of the Arts Experimental Theatre Wing since 1991; she has also taught at Lang College, Smith College and Brooklyn College as well as in San Antonio de los baños and Havana, Cuba; Santiago, Chile; Minsk, Belarus; and in Graz and Vienna, Austria. As an actor, Catherine worked with such directors as Anne Bogart, Susan Dietz, Andre Gregory, Michael Kahn and Lois Weaver; as a director, she has staged work by Keith Curran, Richard Hoehler, Holly Hughes, Jessica Litwak and Martin Moran. She maintains an ongoing relationship with artists and companies in Chile, Cuba, Belarus and Austria, and recently collaborated with Cuban choreographer Sandra Ramy on the creation of Pregones, a dance-theatre piece about life in Havana. Catherine is a member of the Lark Play Development Center's Artistic Cabinet and The Fence International Translation Network, and has served on the Board of Directors of the Epic Theatre Ensemble, which recently presented the NYC premiere of Sarah Ruhl's Passion Play.


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