Katherine George
 Katherine George is an Afro-Latina performer, director, writer, and educator from the Bronx, NY by the way of the Dominican Republic. She received a BA in Theater from Brooklyn College.  Upcoming and recent acting credits include: Locked Up B*tches (Flea Theater), The Unusual Tale of Mary and Joseph’s Baby (NYC Fringe Festival). She has recently become an alumni of the 24-Hour Plays: Nationals program. As a director, she has assisted directors such as Liesl Tommy and Niegel Smith. As a writer, she has won several titles within national and international spoken-word poetry slams. She also co-wrote, Black and Blue, which was produced by the NYC Fringe Festival. As a vocalist, she has performed on stages such as Carnegie Hall, the Paradise Theater, the Apollo Theater, and most recently was a background vocalist for Jennifer Lopez for her 2017 NBC Fourth of July performance. She made her directorial debut with Leslie Lissaint’s This Is How We Heal
With Poetic Theater Productions:
Director of Leslie Lissaint’s This is How We Heal in Poetic License 2018: Reclamation
Performer in Poetic Theater Productions & Musical Theatre Factory Collaboration The Factory Salon
Director of the staged reading  of Mahlaney Wilson’s short play STOOP presented in Conscious Language 2015
Performer in Teniece Divya Johnson’s short play An Amazon’s Prayer (Amerikkkan Assault on Blackness, a Ballet) presented in Conscious BODY in Conscious Language 2015
Poet & Performer in Words That Drive Movements featured in Conscious Language 2014
Writer and Actor in “Black Ink” excerpt presented in Generation NOW in Poetic License 2013
Poetic Theater Productions Copyright 2017.