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In Her First Role Post-Castle

Stana Katic Is Set To Appear On Stage
In WHITE RABBIT RED RABBIT

LOS ANGELES- August 9th, 2016– In her first role post-Castle, Stana Katic is set to appear on stage in WHITE RABBIT RED RABBIT.

The performance will be on September 26th at the Westside Theatre in New York City.

WHITE RABBIT RED RABBIT is by award-winning playwright, Nassim Soleimanpour. The play first began performances on March 7 at the Westside Theatre and is performed on Monday nights. Each performance is a different actor with a new script. There is no director, no rehearsal or set. Upcoming actors doing a performance include Darren Criss, Justin Bartha and Tony Award winner Billy Porter from Kinky Boots.

Actors that have previously done a performance include F. Murray Abraham, George Takei, Alan Cumming, Shohreh Aghdashloo, Cynthia Nixon, Nathan Lane, Whoopi Goldberg, Patrick Wilson, Brian Dennehy, Wayne Brady, Mike Birbiglia, Kyra Sedgwick, Martin Short, Bobby Cannavale and David Hyde Pierce.

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ABOUT STANA KATIC:
Stana Katic just completed 8 seasons as Kate Beckett on Castle. Her feature film work includes CBGB, Big Sur, For Lovers Only, The Spirit, Feast of Love, The Double and Quantum of Solace. Katic has three award nominations and seven wins — including three People’s Choice Awards, a PRISM Award, and three TV Guide Awards. In 2008 she established her own production company, Sine Timore Films, which in Latin means Irreverent. She currently resides in Los Angeles.

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