Kate Whoriskey

This Is Reading Extends for a Third Weekend in July
The site-specific multimedia installation is inspired by Lynn Nottage's Pulitzer Prize-winning Sweat.
Broadway's Sweat to Host A Night at the Theater for Women's Equality
Playwright Lynn Nottage will lead a post-show talkback on Tuesday, June 6.
Sweat Tony Nominee Michelle Wilson: Saying What Needs to Be Said on Broadway
For Wilson, opportunities like performing in Lynn Nottage's new Pulitzer Prize-winning work give meaning to life as an artist.
Broadway's Pulitzer Prize-Winning Sweat Announces New Social Media Campaign
Audiences are asked to use #WeAreSweat to post about what the play means to them.
The Season That Put Katrina Lenk on Our Radar — and Why It's About Time
Broadway divas are making room for New York's new renaissance woman on this year's nominations lists.
Sweat and Indecent Are Broadway's Only Plays Directed by Women
Kate Whoriskey and Tony nominee Rebecca Taichman get serious about uncovering unconscious bias on Broadway.
Gloria Steinem, Spike Lee, Allison Janney Welcome Lynn Nottage and Sweat to Broadway
Nottage makes her Broadway playwriting debut with this new production.
Sweat
Lynn Nottage's drama about the collapse of the industrial middle-class transfers to Broadway.
Broadway's Sweat Inspires Multimedia Art Installation This Is Reading
Lynn Nottage's new play about economic hardship in Reading, Pennsylvania opens at Studio 54 next month.
Alison Wright Completes Cast of Broadway's Sweat
Wright takes on the role played off-Broadway by Miriam Shor in Lynn Nottage's play.