Institutional Giving Manager for American Conservatory Theater
Kate Goldstein is a San Francisco-based grant writer, dramaturg, and musician. After receiving her B.F.A. in Dramaturgy from Carnegie Mellon University, Kate moved to Colorado to work at Creede Repertory Theatre as a literary associate and production dramaturg, while also playing fiddle and percussion onstage. She moved to San Francisco in 2011 for a fellowship in the artistic department at American Conservatory Theater (A.C.T.), where she now serves as the Institutional Giving Manager. Kate is a recipient of the 2012 Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of America’s Residency Grant, to support her work with Creede Repertory Theatre’s Headwaters New Play Development program, and currently works with several local theater and performance groups as a dramaturg and grant writing consultant. Outside of the theater, you can find her playing violin, percussion, and singing with local folk and world music groups.
Interests: SF arts sector ‘s relationship other industries | different models for arts organizations | Collaborative Practice Models
Skills: Articulating purpose/need for arts and culture | collaborating across departments/disciplines | Optimism and humor
EAP Fellowship Research Team: The Creative City