Catherine Slusar - Member of Actor’s Equity Association, and has been performing in Philadelphia since arriving in 1995. A native of Connecticut, she studied theater at Yale.
In Philadelphia she has performed at Exile: Martha in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, (Barrymore Best Actress) Emma in Annapurna, (Barrymore Nominee), Faye in Iron (Barrymore Nominee); The Arden: all roles in The Syringa Tree, (Barrymore Nominee), Gi in Northeast Local, among others. She’s also performed at InterAct, Live Arts Festival, Lantern, People’s Light, Act 2, Shakespeare in Clark Park, and Bristol Riverside. Outside of Philadelphia, Catharine has acted in NYC, Minneapolis, CT, MI, Russia, and Norway. Catharine is the recipient of The F. Otto Haas Award for Emerging Artists, a Barrymore Award, and an Independence Fellowship. She is an Assistant Professor at Bryn Mawr and has taught at Rowan, Yale, Özel Bilgi Lisesi in Turkey, and she has an ongoing partnership with a k-12 school in South Philadelphia, EM Stanton, where she works on Shakespeare.
Theatre Exile Philadelphia Premiere of Lost Girls