Kathryn Grody was born in Los Angeles, which was a cosmic error she corrected 45 years ago by moving to NYC. Joe Papp and Gail Merrifield became life long mentors and she won OBIEs for Top Girls and The Marriage of Bette and Boo, as well as a Drama Desk nomination for her three-character solo show, A Mom’s Life, all at the Public. Most recently, she created Lola in Donald Margulies’ The Model Apartment, directed by Evan Cabnet, and this summer co-created An Unlikely Bunch of Characters at Dartmouth with NYTW and two South African theatre makers, Bulelani Mabutyana and Xolisa Kapakati. She is an advisory member of The Team, on the board of Noor Theatre, a Usual Suspect at NYTW and works with IRC and Search For Common Ground.
Appearances on CUNY TV
- "Junk" and "20th Century Blues"
December 4, 2017