Kate Buddeke last appeared with Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Superior Donuts and its subsequent run on Broadway. Other Broadway credits include Carousel, Death of A Salesman with Brian Dennehy, Gypsy with Bernadette Peters and A Streetcar Named Desire with Natasha Richardson. Off-Broadway credits include 3C (Rattlestick Playwrights Theater); Paris Commune (Public Theater); and Mill Fire (Women’s Project). Regional Theater credits include Good People (Alliance Theatre); Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune (Arena Stage); and Misery (Syracuse Stage). Kate is a proud ensemble member of American Blues Theater where she appeared in several productions including Tobacco Road, Keely and Du (Jeff Award nomination—Actress in a Principal Role) and the upcoming Side Man. Other Chicago credits include Bug (Jeff Award nomination—Actress in a Principal Role), Eric La Rue, New Electric Ballroom (A Red Orchid Theater); and The North Plan (Jeff Award nomination—Actress in a Principal Role). She has received Jeff Awards for her work in Gypsy, David’s Mother, Dancing At Lughnasa and Ourselves Alone. Film and television credits include The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Peter, The Sopranos and Law & Order Criminal Intent. Kate has sung the National Anthem twice solo at Wrigley Field.