Kate Berlant's Solo Show to Return to NYC for Limited Engagement – Playbill
Kate, directed by Bo Burnham, will begin its eight-week run in December.
Kate, the solo show from comedian Kate Berlant with direction by Bo Burnham, will return for an encore eight-week engagement this winter.
The limited run will begin performances at Off-Broadway’s Connelly Theater December 18, playing through February 10, 2023. Kate premiered Off-Broadway in September and ran through October 8.
Berlant is a comedian and actor with appearances in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Sorry to Bother You, and Don’t Worry Darling. She has appeared in television series including Search Party, Transparent, I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson, and A League of Their Own. Berlant can be seen opposite John Early in their sketch comedy special Would it Kill You to Laugh? on Peacock and her FX comedy special, Cinnamon in the Wind, is now streaming on Hulu.
Kate is produced by Mike Lavoie and Carlee Briglia, Bo Burnham, and Eli Bush.
Tickets for the return engagement are now on sale at KateShow.net.
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