Kate Gleason
Kate Gleason
Denver Center Theatre Academy Instructor

Ms. Gleason is a professional actor and acting coach. She is a former faculty member of The New York Film Academy and The Film Academy in Vienna, Austria. Ms. Gleason has performed extensively throughout the United States and in Europe. Broadway credits include the US premiere of The Pillowman and Noises Off. European credits include Cat On A Hot Tin Roof and Crimes of the Heart, both with Vienna’s English Theatre, and Henry IV, Part I, at Hebbel Theatre in Berlin and The Brooklyn Academy of Music.

Other Off-Broadway and regional credits include These Shining Lives; A Flea in Her Ear; Cyrano De Bergerac; Much Ado About Nothing; A Streetcar Named Desire; Sexual Perversity in Chicago, The Chicago Conspiracy Trial and Dead End. Television credits include “Late Night with Conan O’Brien” and “Guiding Light.” She has also performed with the Denver Center Theatre Company in Don Quixote, The Last Night of Ballyhoo, Love’s Labor’s Lost and Heartbreak House.