Kateri's recent theatrical work has been with the Maryland Historical Society Players, as Roxane in Apollinaire Theatre Company's production of Cyrano de Bergerac (Boston Globe Review), in Classika Theatre's production of The Monkeys of Danyang, as Hedda in the Embassy Players' production of Hedda Gabbler at the Norwegian Embassy, as La Cantatrice Chauve and L'Éleve in Histrio Theater's Ionesco à Cent Ans, in 1st Stage's production of The Suicide, and in Theatre Hopkins' production of The Arabian Nights (Baltimore City Paper's
Broadwayworld Review, and J. Wynn Rousuck's WYPR review).
Before her return to the D.C. area, she was seen in Sweet Charity––a Gala Fundraiser
for British Heart Foundation held in the Theatre Royal of Drury Lane. She also appeared in the film
The Oxford Murders
directed by Alex de la Iglesia (Trailer).
Prior her move to London, she was seen in the Inaugural DC Capital Fringe Festival, with Baltimore Shakespeare
Festival, Theatre Hopkins, and at other local venues. Work done while finishing her degree at Johns Hopkins University saw her in Bluff and Our Town with John Astin, The Laramie Project, Twelfth Night,
medea redux, Songs For A New World,
The Secret Garden, A Midsummer Night's
Dream, Oleanna, among other productions. In the San Francisco Bay Area, she was seen in The Colour of Justice directed by Randall Stuart,
The Scarlet Pimpernel, Twelfth Night, Tartuffe,
and Good Person of Setzuan among other staged works.
Kateri is also known for her talents as a dancer and musician––skills that augment her performances. She hails from the San Francisco Bay Area.
She has degrees from Boston University, Guildhall School of Music & Drama, Peabody Conservatory, and Johns Hopkins University.
Kateri serves as music director for the Connecticut Renaissance Faire, recently directed a production of Hildegard von Bingen's Ordo Virtutum with Ensemble Musica Humana, and is producing a concert version of a Mozart opera with Grand Harmonie.