Singer/Songwriter, Teaching Artist
Katherine Gee Perrone is an award-winning storyteller for children and adults, a theatre teacher, a singer/songwriter, a published author, and an award-winning playwright. At the age of fourteen, she won the VSA arts Young Playwrights New Discovery award for her co-written play “I Play By Ear”. She got her B.A. from Brigham Young University in English and Theatre Studies, where she was on the founding board for New Play Project, a company dedicated to bringing new works to the stage. Since that time, her plays have been produced in Texas, Colorado, New York, Washington D.C., and Washington State. As a member of the Seattle Storytelling Guild and Ensign Symphony and Chorus, she has performed as a musician and storyteller for children and adults in Texas, Colorado, and Washington State. She teaches and writes creative dramatics curriculum for Stone Soup Theatre, including plays for children to perform, such as “The Maze of Mother Goose” and “The Adventures of Curious George”. Her plays for young audiences, “Plus Meets Minus” and “Plus Meets Minus: The Vacation Adventure” were produced with the Pollyanna Theatre Company in Austin, Texas. She is currently getting her MFA in Playwriting and Screenwriting at Lesley University.
An epic telling with over 30 storytellers taking play over two days. Hosted by the Seattle Storytelling Guild
Katherine's storytelling for both adults and children is full of memorable characters, original songs and tales of adventures, philosophy, and courage. She is a member of the Seattle Storytelling Guild and the National Storytelling Network. She is the winner of the 2014 Northwest Folklife Liars Contest.
That was a great movie!
The adults were as entertained as the children.
My favorite storyteller.
4 year old
"What If" Festival
Colorado Springs, Co
Hudson's Birthday Party
Katherine Gee wrote her first play at seven. “Horse”, a musical about a dog that wanted to go into show business. At fourteen, she won the VSArts Young Playwrights New Discovery award. Her plays have been performed in Utah, Washington, Colorado, Texas, and New York. She now writes monologues, summer plays, children's shows, and plays for adults.