Cathleen Carr

Cathleen Carr is an improviser and educator based in NYC. She has been a featured performer at the Peoples Improv Theater in various house teams and The Scene: An Evening of Improvised One Act Plays. Her two-woman sketch show, Two Girls For Five Bucks has been seen all over the country and enjoyed runs both at Upright Citizens Brigade and Ars Nova. Cathleen has contributed extensively as an actor and writer for Naked Radio, a theatrical podcast produced by Naked Angels Theater Company. Her most recent credits include her one-woman show: God Told Me To Do This, a pilot: ADmazons, a short film: The Marriage Pact and the birth of a baby boy.
Cathleen has been performing and teaching improv and sketch comedy for over fifteen years. Before moving to New York City, she was a mainstage actor with Boston’s Improv Asylum where she wrote and performed in multiple revues. Cathleen has been to all the major improv festivals in North America with Waiting for Ennis Cotter, an improvised Irish comedy. Previous to Boston, Cathleen studied and performed improv in Chicago where she studied at the Annoyance and worked extensively with WNEP Theater, appearing in many original works including The Mysteries of Harris Burdock, Armageddon Radio Hour and Postmortem.