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Katie Lindsay is a writer, director and producer of new plays, musicals, and theatrical experiences. During the pandemic, she created A Walk in My Neighborhood, a guided audio walk in Atwater Village, which LAist called “genius.” Directing credits include Orlando by Sarah Ruhl (Williamstown Theatre Festival), Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl (Getty Villa reading), Red Emma & the Mad Monk by Alexis Roblan (The Tank, New York Times Critic’s Pick), Keeping up with the Prozorovsby Lucy Gillespie (Hollywood Fringe; Encore Producers Award, Best Female Director nomination), Tom & Eliza (Echo Theater Company), Harry & The Thief by Sigrid Gilmer (The Habitat), and What Happened at the Dolphin Show by Miranda Rose Hall (Samuel French Off-Off Broadway Festival; Winner). Katie is the founding Artistic Director of The Habitat, a Brooklyn-based company dedicated to new works by women, and MeetCute, an evening of short plays that builds community in Los Angeles. Katie was the 2019 Bill Foeller Directing Fellow at Williamstown Theatre Festival. She is an alumnae of Directors Lab West, The Habitat’s Directors Playground, a 2016 SDC Observership recipient, and a 2020 BOLD Ventures grant recipient. Proud graduate of Dartmouth College and Associate Member of SDC.