Kat Mustatea is an American playwright and director based in New York City. Author of four full-length plays, Eight Figures (2015), Satellite (2013), The Model (2011), and Glass House (2006), and a suite of short plays that explore otherness and transformation, absurdity, misunderstanding, and what it means to be American. Work has been produced at Incubator Arts Project (NY), Dixon Place (NY), Theater For The New City (NY), The Kraine (NY), JACK (NY), The Sheen Center (NY), Neukoellner Oper Cafe Hofperle (Berlin), The English Theatre (Berlin), and TRESS Teaterkompani (Oslo). Previously member of Project Y Playwrights and the Abingdon Theatre's Playwriting Group. Has developed theater and performance works with True False Theatre, The Field, Abarukas Dance, and Nu Dance Theatre. Studied philosophy at Columbia University and sculpture at Pratt Institute in New York. Member of Dramatists Guild of America and League of Professional Theatre Women.  Poetry available at Sonnet City (www.sonnetcity.com).