Kate Eminger is a director, adaptor and founding member the devising ensemble MONTANA. Directing credits include: Cape Disappointment by The Debate Society, nightnight by Lucas Hnath, and As You Like It by William Shakespeare, all at The New School for Drama. Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov, translation by Sarah Ruhl (Green Building NYC), Endgame by Samuel Beckett, Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen, Melancholy Play by Sarah Ruhl (Palindrome Theater, Austin, TX). She has also developed work with Ars Nova, Dixon Place, Actors Theatre of Louisville & the Humana Festival, Theater for a New City, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and Wide Eyed Productions, among others. Her production of Melancholy Play by Sarah Ruhl was named an Austin Chronicle’s Top Ten and received an Austin Critics Table Best Director nomination. Assisting credits include: GNIT by Will Eno (dir. Les Waters), The Whipping Man by Matthew Lopez (dir. Meredith McDonough), The Comedy of Errors (dir. Ian Belknap, The Acting Company). Kate is an MFA directing candidate at The New School for Drama. She is a former Directing Intern at Actors Theatre of Louisville, a member of the Lincoln Center Directors Lab 2014, and a resident chef at SPACE on Ryder Farm. She is a native Texan, based in Brooklyn, NY