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Arts Alive! podcast: Actress Katrina Stevenson

Bill DeYoung

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For 24 of Jobsite Theater’s 25 years of existence, Katrina Stevenson has been a key member of the core creative team. As an actor, she’s appeared in dozens of productions over the seasons, from contemporary dramas and comedies to Shakespearean classics to Jobsite’s traditional, seasonal horror yarns.

Stevenson is a versatile performer, yes, but she’s also a costume designer, and a great deal of the company’s distinctive look is due to her and her acute eye for detail.

Add to this her talents as an aerialist – she first took to the silks for a production of The Tempest in 2018 – and it’s hard to imagine the creative locomotive that is Jobsite without her.

She is today’s guest on the Arts Alive! podcast, to talk about her illustrious career, and about her latest Jobsite role, as the Irish spinster Maureen Folan in Martin McDonagh’s volcanic drama The Beauty Queen of Leenane.

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    Kerry McNally

    March 17, 2024at9:33 am

    Bill,
    Wonderful interview sir! As an old theater guy, this conversation was music to my ears. Which is the best way to get in touch with Katrina? Thank you.
    My best,
    Kerry

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