Caitlin Nasema Cassidy

Caitlin Nasema Cassidy is an actor-singer-theatremaker based in NYC. Caitlin received her B.A. in Government and Arabic from Georgetown University and holds a master’s in Acting from East 15 in London. Caitlin is a 2017-18 Fellow with Georgetown University’s Laboratory for Global Performance and Politics and a 2017 Global Cultural Fellow with the University of Edinburgh’s Institute for International Cultural Relations. She has served as Language and Culture Fellow with AMIDEAST, produced performance with the Tunisian Ministry of Education, designed and implemented theatre-based curricula in Saudi Arabia, and developed and performed work for the International Theatre Institute, UNESCO World Theatre Conference, International Theatre Festival of Kerala, and NU-Qatar Creative Media Festival. She is founding co-artistic director of LubDub Theatre Company. Acting credits include: Paradise (Central Square Theater), A Doll’s House (Epic Theatre Ensemble), Anything Goes (Williamstown Theatre Festival), Far From the Trees (Berkshire Playwright’s Lab), Cymbeline (Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, London), and Kafka’s Metamorphosis (Synetic Theatre Company). Caitlin has also appeared on TV and in film.