Cat Miller is playwright and director. She is the recipient of a Drama League fall fellowship and first stage residency and a finalist for the Edes Foundation Prize for emerging artists. Her play The Hope Hypothesis was a 2019 semifinalist for Bay Area Playwrights Festival, Premiere Play Festival (Premiere Stages, Kean University), and PlayPenn and will receive its world premiere this fall with Voyage Theater Company (directed by Cat). Other full-length plays include: Standard of Care, You Will Never Read This (with Caroline Prugh), IMMERWAHR (also with Caroline), and her adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale (Northwestern University mainstage. Directing credits include This Lingering Life by Chiori Miyagawa (HERE), I Enter the Valley by Dipika Guha (Drama League Directorfest, Voyage Theater, Atlantic Theater Company), The Exonerated by Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen (Next Theater), Letters to Kurt by Janine Nabors (Keen Company), The Diary of Anne Frank (Oberlin Summer Theater Festival), All the Happy People (Edinburgh Fringe Festival). She has directed and developed work at the Public Theater, Atlantic Theater Company, Steppenwolf, Ma-Yi Theater, The Lark, and Ensemble Studio Theater. Assistant director credits on and off Broadway include Fish in the Dark, Of Mice and Men, The Motherf**ker With the Hat, Domesticated, The Pain and the Itch, all with director Anna D. Shapiro. Directing resident at Playwright Horizons and Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab member. MFA Northwestern University. Associate Member, SDC; Member, The Dramatists Guild of America.