Katie Hileman

General Associate


B.F.A. Acting, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
M.F.A. Theatre Arts, Towson University

Pronouns: She/Her

Katie Hileman is a DIY theatre-maker working out of Baltimore, MD, and a proud alumni of UMBC’s BFA Acting Program (’12). As a theatre-maker, Katie wears many hats, including: director, playwright, producer, intimacy choreographer, performer, stage manager, production manager, and more. She is the Artistic Director and co-founder of The Interrobang Theatre Company (www.interrobangbaltimore.org) where she has acted, written plays, directed, and cleaned toilets.

With her company, she has produced over a dozen new works for the stage, including runs at Charm City Fringe Festival (Best of Fringe 2014), Charm City Nights on the Fringe, Women’s Voices Theatre Festival, and NYC Fringe. Beyond Interrobang, Katie has performed, directed, and choreographed intimacy for many local and regional companies including The Acme Corporation, Rapid Lemon Productions, Tres Brujas Productions, Single Carrot Theatre, Cohesion Theatre, Venus Theatre, RepStage, Submersive Productions, and more. Her original work centers around messy, ugly, contemporary women; focusing primarily on issues surrounding the beauty, pain, and absurdity of living in a fat body. She also makes work about how much she hates Theatre, the patriarchy, herself, and being alive. She is an assistant faculty member of Theatrical Intimacy Education, and a collective member of Submersive Productions.

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