Writer, Director, and Performer
Environmental Art, Playwriting, and Theater
Katt Lissard, a writer, director, and performer, has taught theatre and playwriting at SUNY, Long Island University, Smith College and the National University of Lesotho (southern Africa) where she spent two years (2005; 2012) as a Fulbright professor in the Theatre Unit. Since 2006 she’s been artistic director of The Winter/Summer Institute, an international HIV/AIDS & Theatre for Social Change project based in New York and Lesotho (wsimaketheatre.org). She currently teaches in the Graduate Institute at Goddard College. Her most recent work in Africa, Memory of a Drowning Landscape, is an experiment in performance, resistance and environmental justice.